Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01238
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01238
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
.--- -.-- --- -- -
--.w-- ,
,_,_ _- .- _.
_.u -I- 3-s--- -U--- ; -T
_.___ .-------- ; - -.
-- -*. .', ,... ''t -
f :- L 4

i ,Julian C. Yonge

I U. of Fle. Library History

t : .

f -- ". ':.......,i : : :0'. ..- : I Gainesville Fla. .


I .
. { -. fz.4' r


4: + '. ,
: % 1
'"h' W ,J' ."

I .-.. :. : :.' ." Official County Publication Established In 1879
: ::


,II"II"i ; -- --
i 44 >iI

:r I ', :; 1::; V.1 Termed Accidental Anthony Retains TO COUNTY COMMISSION

-: .. -:: :

I A: Woman Killed SaturdayBy Seat On Clay Roberts Elected

4'U : ;:::. -; I
i : Backing AutomobileMrs. School BoardIncumbent

\1. :. ';- <; Ella Sparkman Moody, at 2 p.m. Tuesday in McKinney Wide
A. E. [tBudl] An- Margin
'/ > Y) /. + 54, was pronounced dead on Cemetery with Rev. L. S.
I .- .. ;-- thony of Keystone Heights I
i. arrival at Bradford County Williams. pastor of the Starke !
t.: _'c ;/ ,+.3.. . retained his seat on the Clay I
i.f .v1 Hospital Saturday night after Church of God, officiating. :
k/ Yr4v County School Board by poll-
f < a drive-way accident at Burial was in the family plot
ing 1,968 votes in Tuesday'sSecond Ewell Lawson Defeated 1,175 To 557
I .. the home of her brotherinlaw under the direction of DeWitt

): )L.\ & I,c y .. _4\ ..- -.. $ Joe Moody, near Long C. Jones Funeral Home. his running-mate primary to, 1,757 William for As Only 1,718 Go To PollsIn

Bridge in west Bradford Coun-
Beam, also of Keystone. Second PrimaryJust

ty. Beam led Anthony by a

I I Deputy Sheriff Russell Red- ]Bonds Totaling small margin in the first primary 1,718 Bradford County Augustine in a run-off for

; : ding termed "plainly acciden- when a third candidate, voters bothered to go to Railroad and Public Utilities

w tal" the mishap in which C. H. Newman of Keystone, the polls Tuesday in a second Commissioner, Group 2. Car-

" 4. +, ? kf -. .. Moody backed his car over $$12,500 Sold was eliminated.Mrs. J-I T'\1 mary off-vear election ter also won in his state-

his sister-in-law. No charges : ,Louise Knowles. an- wide campaign with 245,412
which put George W. Ro-
f : : were filed. other incumbent on the Clay votes to Blanton's 226,502
bfrts Jr. on the county commission -
According to information By Fair GroupBonds School Board, was re-elected and pave! incumbent and? will continue his 28-

given to investigating officers, beating her opponent 2.402 to -% Railroad and Public UtilitiesCommissioner year reign on the utilities
the accident occurred after 1,303. She came within 17 I wantOnly.
Moody had used his car to totaling $12,500 have votes of defeating Taylor anda boost toward Jerrv another win. a 32 per cent of Brad

, Addison (right), Pavlas, and Unidentified Officer I push his sister-in-law's pick- been sold by the Bradford ,third candidate in the first ____ Roberts, a local insurance ford County's 5,390 registered

up truck out of his drivewayin County Pair Association since primary. Taylor sought to 1.175 ballots voters went to the pollsin

JI i As Trial Begins an attempt to start it. Mrs. Monday night's kickoff of withdraw from the run-off, man than polled double the 557- Tuesday's second primary

Three Juveniles Moody was behind the wheelof sales in a $25,000 issue to but state election officials ruled which more went to his opponent, election compared to 50 per

the truck as the push given provide matching funds for his name would have to -J- another cent in the first primary.
!tBwell Lawson,
Addison's Sanity by her brother-in-law's:) permanent buildings at the appear on the ballot.In 1 1I Totals by precinct were:
I Incumbent
Starke businessman. -,
car sent the pick-up rolling new fairgrounds on u.s. 301 the third Clay County 1I Pet. 1 U.02.wteyRoberta
Are Jailed On 2 [North
across the road and into a North. School Board race, Dr. R. M. I George Roberts, Jr. 335; Lawson 17.

Is Problem .. deep ditch opposite Moody's Association officials exPres-: Paterson a Green Cove Starkel Commissioner, Mrs. Pet. 2 [NJStarkel-Roberts
Legal E. Crawford did not seek
house. sed pleasure at the warm reception Springs dentist, defeated Dr.Clyatt Squeezes I re-election. 445; Lawson 292.

B&ECharge Apparently unaware that accorded the bonds Luke Glennan, a Green Cove Pet. 3 S.StarkeRoberts
Lawson led in only two precincts -
his sister-in-law had been by local purchasers and expressed physician 2.324 to 1,462. Pat- Onto Union 255; Lawson 130.
t .. Was DeWitt Addison, 33- to the admission of evidenceby as he collected 46
injured when the front end of confidence the issue will succeed the incum-
erson Pet 4 [Graham] Roberts
year-old former Lake Butler J. L. Parmenter a Duval votes to Roberts' 38 In
Three Starke
Juveniles were the pick-up nosed into the would be fully subscribed bent, C. M. Burkhalter, Sr.
lodged in the Bradford County resident,.legally insane at the County Road Patrol officer, ditch around School Board Hampton [Pet. 51 and 10 ,to 17; Lawson 12.
Moody turned
within the two weeks set for who did not seek re-election. Pet. 5 [tHampton1-Roberts
Jail this week charged: time he allegedly murdered who was disarmed by Addison and drove back into his yardto the sales effort.A. Louis Huntley of Orange Parts' 9 in New River '
State Trooper Edwin J. Gas- and Pavlas at gunpoint, Pet. 71. Both candidates 38; Lawson
with breaking and entering get a rope or chain to pull Kenneth Clyatt unseated
J. Thomas Jr., attorneyfor Park was victorious in the Pet ]-Roberta
qua during a massive manhunt and handcuffed to a tree. polled 23 votes in TheressaPet. fJjTheressa
two local businesses accordIng the truck from the ditch.
the fair group, emphasize only County Commission race Sidney Todd for the District lawtj&JtiSS.
last October 26? Douglas contended that in allowing 61.Roberts. 13;
to Deputy Sheriff WillardWilliams. While ht. was getting the the for wind- ticket. He b? School Board seat in Union :
urgency a quick on the Clay County : : Pet. 7 T!{.River] -Roberts
That is the contention Adisons. -
Parmenter to ticket
4 testify, also led the
." ; chain, the injured women got up of the sales drive. A letter defeated Sidney Burris, also Bounty. in Tuesday's second 9 Lawson 10.
attorney Zack H. the state was reviewing 'and. in the first May ;
Lawrence Kjmpifyi7; arid of the truck and in primary on;
'l .Qt! from the Department of Ag- jOrange Park, by a vote of ,.rimary.J.
I another ,15-yer 01d" juVefureare g1asintends to prove, ao- in effect, trying his client"on) ; somewhat dazed condition 8 as he collected 1,052 Votesto Pet. 8 [Bjrookerl-Roberts
riculture, received by Thomas will
.1. 2,375 1,430. Huntley On the basis of unofficial
charged with!breaking'Into t(Ming.'to a statement made [Continued on Pagp Five. ; 'from the jolt, walked achoss Lawson's 697. Two eliminated !- 41; Lawson 21.
< I II Ir this week, said u. it is succeed incumbent board returns, only 11 votes separ-
: bythe :Jacksonville lawyer astle' candidates, Marklee Of the 17 absentee votes
& (Cleaners
the New
| the highway into the Moody I
I quite important that matching chairman Walter Odum, who ated the two candidates,
1// ,on'North Te*3leAvemie 1 ;last Addison-Pavlas trial opened driveway, apparently seeking! funds be deposited with did not seek reelection.Mrs. Starling and A. B. White- cast, Roberts got 11 and Law-
in Duval County Clyatt polling 633 to Todd's
Friday ,nightand: taking! approximately Monday aid for her injuries. As Moody: the department prior to July Beatrice Cocsjer of head, received 459 and 375 son 6.Doctors.
$70'' in 'c .sii.>The Circuit Court. SpeedersVarned again started to back out of 1, as evidence of your intentions -: Keystone Heights defeated 522. In Lake Butler, the larg- votes respectively in the first I

the court that
same two boys .accompanied Ad'ison'received Douglas told the driveway to go to the otherwise funds will be Mrs. Vickie Weigel of Middle- est precinct, each candidate primary. SuitIs I

by the .th'lrd. member:;'of. the. a severe truck, the car struck his sis re-allocated." burg by a vote of 1,754 to received 248 votes. Bradford County voters also -
head injury a child and To Slow DownPolice
trio, 17-year-old ;.Bill',Etand- :has.had other as head injuries ter-in-law, knocking her to Thomas said the Associa- 1,129 for the post of State Since only nine absentee gave the 74-year-old Carter Dismissed ,.
es. are charged with entering the ground and running over tion must raise its $25,000 as Democratic cfominitteewo- a decisive margin local-
since that time. As a result votes were, cast in Union Coun- votesto Two Starke doctors, Dr A.
the Bradford Builders 'Supply:i soon as possible to ,avoid risk ly as he collected 1,005
t, on the night.of-April 26 They Douglas said, the conduct of Chief William Ros- her.The accident occurred about of losing out on state'matching man.Dean Jackson defeatedWal-, ty,,,tiieyjcould not change the. 572 for Jim Blanton of st. J. .Barry and Dr. P. G. Felos
: M his client has.been "contrary ser. issued a warning yester- result. were absolved in a civil suit
knives! .
took several dozen 11 -
pjn.Mrs. funds. If the entire $25- ter Manhart 618 to 543 to win
flashlights , noinat lPerion. been ordered to crack down on In Circuit Court Ii.-re
two'he'valued' 24
tern, and' : Bradford County on May [Continued Six]
; .' on Page peace post. race on the Union ballot.
at. nearly, I jl .,.\\I' :"'jBenj)- .* trled. jointly with persons guilty of "wilful and 1908, the daughter of the late1 Tuesday.

All th'confessed J Rea, ;1 i I' :'" dUn is his companion, wanton" speeding and reck- Robert F. and Clara Griffis LegislatureFrom Both had been charged

to the "iriqlfi1 according .Rudolph"-John:. P vlas, 46, of less driving within the city i Sparkman. She was a member with negligence in the deathof

to:Deputy'Wllll&nVA :.ltialeah." who was with the.LakeBuller limits. of the Church of God. r Duval Co.Tom Rosa Lee Finn, who died
f man at the time "Such drivers will have birth after she had
I hearing has been,:-set .for f Surviving are her husband, from child
7 in circuit. .courts,l; 'vv* ; l tGisque :was felled by a rifle their bonds doubled so they Fernie Moody; one daughter, Slade, 26-year-old son been allegedly advised to undergo -
[ *ho k through his stomach and will have to appear in court of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sladeof to prevent preg-
said hedcJveei1 Mrs. Alva Werre, Columbus,
Williams. .. .
I Starke, upset political ap-
liver. where they can be dealt with which if it occurred
$49.75 of the cash stolen IJ1 Ga.; one son, Samuel Doyle .r ::1- nancy,
the dry cleaning- '.establis ", kB&yias'; attorney, Lacy Ma- accordingly," Rosser said. He Moody; a brother Harold Shi- precarts in Duval County would be considered fatal in
rion'1Jr. in his opening state- added that have Tuesday to emerge winner bya
the police
ment at Kimbler'i hQmVon I ver, Gainesville; one sister, her case.
u.s. 301 south across' 'frolmStalling I ,hunt told the court he would received many complaintsfrom Mrs. Nettie Moody; and three '- 10,000 vote margin in his Judge John A. H. Murphreewho

Truck Stop.lwhfre t rove that} Pavlas was not citizens recently about grandchildren. race for the legislative seat presided, ruled out the

4 the. boys; were dlvidinit; '\ P'', 4juiltjr"premeditation in the cars speeding in the residen- Graveside services were held 1I11rI- vacated by John S. Mathews State, case against Dr. Barry and
who was elected to the
tlaylng.} tial sections. verdict of not guilty -
!r a
He said,ha has: ,IecQrr:
some of the:items! stpWij J from; .**'_FirsiYday: of the trial, and "Our concern is for the Social SecurityA I- Senate on May 8. votesto to the jury in the case

antf-asfc, "jparj {ok,the second, was con- children who are playing! Slade received 32,920 against Dr. Felos.
the building supply, __________ 22,575 for Joseph G. Ken-
anyone' possessing'ftrrj, Ruined by picking a jury, and near the streets," Rosser representative of the
that : time since then has, said. "School will be out in -" r-j .. -- nelly Jr., who was high man
,of the goods bring them,tothfsheriff's : \ jnuch a Gainesville Social Security office : Civil SuitAgainst
.:. .been spent in a tangle of leI few days and there will be will be at the courtroom : -' in the first primary.In .
office. -
.c: -k victory -
The 15-year-old juvenilewho maneuvering, including a, more children in this dangerzone in Starke from 9:30: a. m. ( scoring his Rayonier
'-A ,
the former Starke man
.standing motion for a mistrial near the streets and
Williams'called-the Deader Friday, June 8, for the pur- veteran Du Heard ThursdayA
by Douglas. playgrounds. If this speeding I pose of conducting social security L was battling a
of' the trio,,has* ,;-.4'r.c I""- rviOU.. ,I yk'Acldison'g attorney objected [Continued on Page Five I business. i val County politician with damages
:- suit for punitive
record having>'.seryed 'eigh!. past service on the Jackson-
; A.I New BBS head football coach Dave Hurse (second from against Rayonier, Inc.. result
G&ME.SCRIMMAGE ENDS ville City Council and a cur-
months In the In
and a hall .. ; : BUS Athletes left land-line dispute,
l ) bids farewell to departing Coach Len Register (second rent member of the County ing from a

dustrial "Behoof or f:Boys-Hi; ,-t".t .,;; from right) at the close of All Sports Banquet Saturday Budget Commission.In was scheduled to get under

was convicted! ,in' I960; kloni: .1 night. Others in photo are (from left) Curtis Lee, new the first primary voting, way in Circuit Court here

with several other, _, j juveniles I .. : Spring Football Drills Recognized At Quarterbrck Club president; Jack Green, UF coach and ban-i' Slade was declared loser by Thursday fixed morning.No amount.of damages -
from tto four votes for a place in the
of stealing dry goods quet speaker; and Art Holiday, outgoing Quarterback presi the suit
had been listed in
: close-
Due to the
Dollar clothing! stor dent. run-off.
Bottom and hiding them. in/ the 'unoccupied ..: Spring football drills] were I ILi eft halfback position during Coach Register praised Annual BanquetEightyfive ness of the count between I brought by L. A. Wynn by At-of
closed: out Friday night with spring drills. Left halfback guard Gary Kouba and halfback him and Bill Basford, how- Hampton,
Starve. Hotel .on Cal :1 scrimmage under regular I Leonard Dugger was second I Starling for their per- Land Sales Total $283,050 ever, a recount was made, uncovering torney 8. T. Dell of Gaines-

Street. This.was 'first of fens r e .ga e',,conditions which saw high with 94 yards in 8 tries formances on the White team. boys participatingin an error in tallying ville.Rayonler

for the- "-other3 two_ __ _boys_'.*_ in_ th! poach David Hurse's Red team for an 11 3-4 yard average. Starling was hampered by a basketball, baseball, track, which gave Slade a nine vote is represented by
saii L-: lop-Coach Lennard Register's and golf at Bradford High In Since margin over Basford and a the firm of Botts. Mahoney,
present trio, the 'deputy Fullback W. 1?. Thomas had ankle he hurt playing County April 26Land Whitehead Ransaur & Had-
,White team 410. gained 60 yards in 12 carriesfor baseball School were honor guests last chance to challenge Kennell
I low of Jacksonville.
'" I Both coaches agreed, however a 5 yard fullback Jack in the second primary.
average Hurse praised guard Saturday night at the annualAll
.' -- I ..4. h,if!..>iL'";;$I ,..(hat quarterback Bill Buster Hughes had 48 yards in McComb and Mac Hall ends Sports Banquet given by transactions in Bradford Mark A. Moore, Starke, to

'I :;:" ;Jackson, ; who will lead therjrjojtdoes 7 carries and a 7 yard aver- Billy Dowling and Ken Ter- the Quarterback Club in the I County during the period Fred Leonhard, Starke, resi- READY CASH PLUS

SENjbRCLASS : j ; as a senior, was age, right halfback Marty rell, and Gardner and Jack- High School cafeteria. A ban- from April 26 to present totaled dence, $5,800.Vivian .
.Q :the major difference in the quet for the football squadwas $283,050 with the larg- Ellen Hilliard to L. Tickets To
: ;NIGHT"Thurs .: .two-;teams.. The signal-caller Starling had 26 yards in 9 son for their performances on given earlier in the school est being that of the Plaza C. Hilliard, residence, $3,500. Free Movie

.. \ ::carried the ball five times for tries for a 3yard average and the Red team. He also said year. Lodge Motel on u.s. 301 northof Wesley Crews to ,Lionel .

> ., 8P.M.ailSAuditorfura. Hurse and gained 74 yards for fullback Mickey Agner, an I that fullback Buster Hughes A review of the season in Starke. Blake, Lawtey, 100 acres of Telegraph SubscribersDon't

,. ''a.1yard average, the best of eighth grader this year, car "played a r 1 n e ballgame, each sport was given by its The motel was sold by Les- land. $18,250.Burney .

r. ... the .nfght, He also completed : bothered by a slight, coach with awards and honor- ter J. Ruester, Starke to A. Sullivan Jack- look now-but if your name appears in the
anda though
hL" ried 3 times for 15 yards .
J- "' It'of 17 "passes to show improvement able mentions for outstanding George DeLaney, Starke for sonville, to George B. Simpson classified ads on page six you have just won yourselftwo

:., '-r" r' -- ,in) the one area in 5 yard average. injury. players in each division. 30000. Starke, residence, 5000. tickets to the movie, "Summer and Smoke" which
which Hurse had said he Prices of transactions are Weltha Billiard widow
Occupying much of the spot- a starts Tuesday at the Florida.
; GRADlJAIldNEXERCISES needed, improvements light was the track team whose figured from documentary to L. C. Hilliard, Lawtey, 90 ?

-- ."His J&cfcson'sl passing coach, Dave Hurse, told of tax stamps affixed to deeds acres of land $7,000. How Come
of the Telegraph's"White
; ," was.a very pleasant surprise," missing the state title by only filed in the county clerk's of- Mrs. Ollie Ellington, a widow Here's the answer. It's part

'' said Hurse happily, "It looks 2j points and predicted that fice. Only transactions of to Mrs. Thelma V. Mc- Elephant" project to help those who can use

'.FrL- 8 PJ& *-. .*;',:. like he will follow in the foot- '"With luck" the BHS cinder- $1,000 or more are listed Gee, Starke parcel of land Ready Cash.

4' ., ..jsieps of,the fine quarterbacks men would capture the title, here. Other sales were: $1,300. Ready Cash?

BUS tadiu 1 c :. : ,we've. had in' the past, and again in 1963. I A. E. McKinney Jr. to E. Charles M. Schmitt, Starke, Yes, ready cash-and what's more, you do not need

PUBLICNV1ThYt ---- ..,.....!:- 'IO. .". even surpass them.'" : '-- -- Hurse praised Senior Halli M. Lewis, Starke, parcel of to Kizzie McWilliams, Starke, to pay it back-ever! But, more about that later.

.... ;;,.;. ." .) :ver" quarterback that Hurse ; J- -. ,'-_ : p"-j: Seymour who he described as land $3,900.TJUL residence, $2,600. The Tickets! Yes if you are a regular subscriber to
,,, _- ;, 'r-. '- -' "the most versatile trackman Corporation Jack- Henry E. Cox, Starke, to
r. the
.. : '.,' : has coached at. BHS has. gained -- t the Telegraph your name may be among
-, >.*t ". ,+ '. '' I've ever coached." Seymour sonville, to Tillman CavertJr. i Joe J. Fields, Clendenin, West a.Ifjislttellsyourighttherehowtogetthem.ButsbThe

.. '- ::1 j. \\3tr.', All-Conference:: honors 'and S k' t5' : averaged 18 points per meet ., Jacksonville, residence in Virginia, parcel of land 3000. ,

This Space ctkThiite4 .:i elyed,, at least honorable k p- and won the state title in the: Lake Geneva Estates $8,000..i W. J. Jackson, Starke to Ready Cash.That's
in. White
where the "White Elephant care
f : mention?:' w. state-wide re- p't'/; high jump at 6 feet 4% inches. Community State Bank of Leonard V. :Moore, Starke,
Weekly (o. PuhU. IzeL. ie.b M He also set school records Starke to C. E. Blalock, two lots 3000. Elephants can if you wish them.to, turn into ready cash

: "I- Gardner.-'a standout in high* and low hurdles. Starke. residence. $10,000. Leila Willis Individuallyand almostmagiclike!

Community'Eventa, "bI.* I It Tom -! Other trackmen lauded by Frances Wilkinson a widow as guardian of her Incompetent If you can find any old piece of furniture appliances,
i ps for the
--- ,--'- '"; Hurse were Irwin Martin, Jacksonville, to R- A. husband. Albert tools; .clothing, or what-have-you, around your home and

The Commumty: -'Tof'thIs season capped state champion pole vaulterat Colson Starke, residence, Willis, Graham, to Robert no longer need them, then you've, found some White

\ f .. l. .fStater \'- d gaining,' ,honors Friday : 13 feet; Mike Darby. Tom 9800. Seaman New York, 80 acres Elephants. You can convert them into Ready Cash by

Bank. ,,., .. *,nlgntwith. 135 ,in 16 carries -' Gardner. Freeman Register Laurette Buchholtz a widow of land, $6,000. gelling] them through a classified ad.

,II'. ,1.. i .. ... ; 'i'p4'8kyard! : average. Gar- HL, William Silcox and Lyn- to R. E. Lee. Lawtey, Shirley P. Judd to Robert Found some, The number to,call la 9&4-310L
: 1 One Of The Many White Team Touchdowns '
rtf. ,' 4.tjj en shifted to a [Continued oa Page Six, parcel of-land. .1300. [Continued on Page SiX, .- .
------ r I .t i ;-t< .

..... -- .. ...,. .

,.i';.'_''W'...;. ..'.1. :it,'." .- .
:!- '.i:Zr; f. -'

1. .<
""- c'. I. ........ _
\ \ ..._ -a--- -
_' -- - -- ---- -- --- -- --- --
-- _A..I!.... ..'k ., h :.. --

.. '
I ) I


c',. ". rU. ,. ,v gftrir-'T: II
\ I II Misses Patricia U don and Kingsley Vacation I Tuesday Rites i! Man AccusedOf

I, Joalyce positions Graham at the have Universityof accepted Bible School I\ For Mrs. Sweat 'i Torso Murder

I II iti Florida and will live in 4 Are ObservedMrs. I To Go On Trial
I'I I t Vacation Bible School will i! ,
' 1 .1 Gainesville tills summer. .
, rI I t e .x, be held at the Kingsley Lake! *
Mrs. Ethel M. Lowell left :, Ida Sweat, 78, of' John A. Cooper 41, will :1 II>
i f-t yI : i Baptist Church from 9 to 12
. I ; recently, for Wdllingford, Pa.. s i i Starke died Sunray morning on trial June 11 in Cmriu
I GLADYS( MOOTY- PIlQJfE. 964-0651. to spend the summer with> Mr. ""r ', daily, June 13 through June in a Starke hospital after a+ nati, Ohio on charges of sec.

I IMr and Mrs. David"Cochrane' 22. short illness. She was born in5 I one degree murder and mmilation ,

Mrs Corine Purvis of Gain- and Mrs. G. H. McCall She stopped in Richmond, Va. N Registration will be held: at Baker County on June 17f' of the body of his step

esville and Mrs. Eva Hunterof of Pompano Beach spent sev- I to visit her granddaughter and R } ..P t ptx 2 p. m. Saturday, June 9, at 1883, the daughter of the laW'08ias ; sen, John C. Jackson. 20

Palm Harbor were weekend eral days last week with Mr. I family, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. C. t : I the church, followed by. a pa- and Ellen Johns Sweat. Portions of Jackson's bodv

>guests of Mr.+ and Mrs. l and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. The j I Qifimby. last week while en- $ ? Ir rade. She had: been a resident of ; were. discovered along roadsides .
Ws P. Herlong.'They all spent i Newsomes also had as Wednesday route. x '; Classes will 'be included for Bradford County for more'' in Georgia and: Florida

Sunday with Mrs. Irvin Goffin I evening dinner guests, Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. An- 7 ''t'' children from nursery age than 50 years, and was a late in January the arm

Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore of nie Hollingsworth! and daughter through intermediates. I member of the Union Primi.j and legs were found near a '

Mr. and Mrs. Neal Boling Jacksonville and Mrs. Sarah Penny-and Theresa Thomas ': tive Baptist Church near clump Of palmettoes just>

of Bradenton were weekend I McCall of Palatka. attended the graduation I Recent Births i Starke. j north of Highland on U S

' ? guests .of Mr.. and Mrs. J. G. Pfc. Marshall B. Crosby and of Anne Hair and Merrill:I Ke ollie-Starke Women Golfers 1I 1\ t l Surviving are four sisters: ,
Holton. I, Pfc. Jim Gordon of Fort Ben- Lynn Page from Columbia I'I y s \, Lt. j.g.l and Mrs. B. G. Mrs. Mamie Johns, Mrs. An- '' 301.Cincinnati police say that

Mrs.. 'Henrietta .Hunt. Mrs. ning, Ga. spent the weekend High, School in Lake; City I Pictured above, in front of stone Heights who enjoyed a Both country clubs have active ', Mclntyre of Key West announce -'[ nie Saunders. and Mrs. Sally Cooper admitted he killed th
-L. D. Greene: and 4 b3rs':- D. with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tuesday evening.* i the Starke Golf & Country match and luncheon hosted women's associations and the birth of a son t! Anthony, all of Starke, and youth, dismembered the bod>

Clark visited Mr. and J.\\ Crosby.Mr. Mrs. Jessie Young left last I Club pro shop are women by the local players Tuesday : other joint events are plan I'I Kevin Anthony, born May'' Mrs. Cora Marlowe of South'' then drO'fWtth' It to South

Robert Dealing in Jackson- and Mrs. Jesse New- week for six weeks tour of I golfers of Starke and Key- of last week. : ned for the future. 21. Maternal grandparents Bay. !i Florida. Cin his return titpNorth
; ville Sunday. some were in Folkston, Ga. Europe with a group from the are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Du-i! Funeral services were held ;* he threw portions 01>

Randy and Charles Cole- Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Florida Federated Garden Mr and! Mrs. L. D. Vining i|JenkinsPownallMarriage I Sharon NoegelEntertains Pre of Starke.. I at 4 p. m. Tuesday in the Un ., the body 'from- his car as h-
man of S.\\. Mathews'. : S. Care Morris Williams and family.Mr. Clubs. I spent last Wednesday and '__ ion 'Primitive Baptist Church''tmeled-along; the highway
spending a week with their and Mrs. David Mont- A3-c John M. Miller of Thursday in Deland with Mr. : Announced At The following births have I withrElders B. H. Rawls ands i C6tfp *HS arrested late lit<

grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. gomery had as Sunday guests Amarillo AFB, Texas will arrive -, and Mrs. J. C. Vining. I IDirs. \ Slumber PartySharon been announced at Bradford, Harry Eddy officiating. Bur-1! March and has been held under -
H. B. Hamilton..' Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Montgomery home Friday fora 13- E. W. Hayes returned Mr. and Mrs. Charles Albert i County Hospital; : i ia> was in the family plot in $::!OOOO fcond since ht

Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen i i Sr., Mr. and Mrs. H. day leave before reporting to Sunday: from a two weeks visit Jenkins announce the !I Noegel entertained' Mr. and:! Mrs. Ronald But- Conner Cemetery under the pleaded innocent when ai

visited Mrs.( George Barber in' L. Tolbert; and James Montgomery his new station at Mather in Miami with Mr. and Mrs. marriage of their daughter, at a slumber party last Friday -j trick, Starke, a daughter, Virginia direction of DeWitt C. Jones raigned last week

Gainesville Sunday. of Lake City, and AFB, Sacramento, Calif. While W. E. Hayes. She brought her ,I Janice to Thomas Moore I j', evening at the Stanley: Marie. May 24. Fuiieral. Home.

Michael and Stephen Kel- Rev. E. F. Montgomery Jr. oi at Amarillo, he attended the granddaughter Helen Hayes, Pownall, son of Mr. and Mrs i, Noegel home on Kingsley Lake. Mr.: and Mrs. Arthur J -- -- '

ly W Norfolk, Va. are visiting Jasper. Business-Administration Specialists back with her for two weeks Malcolm Pownall on May 26. !i! Her four guests, Yvonne' Strickland Starke, : a son

their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dixon and son School. visit. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes also The marriage tOOK place in Collins, Linda Bridges, Beverly Richard Alvin, May 26.Cattlemen's ,, '. k { }'
If.Mrs..' and Miss Vivian Garcia\ of Jacksonville at their sum- the home of the groom and \
1)) A.: F. Garner. Bill of Winter Garden ?: have as guests Crawford, and Sarah I
Mrs. R.' A. Barker and Mrs. Bruce Cox of Jackson Beach spent the' weekend mer home on Kingsley Lake, was performed by Rev. Bob Shealy. enjoyed a hamburger Assn. II I ''rI

daughter of Jacksonville were ville Beach were weekend with'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emma Ludwig of Miami Badgett pastor of the First fry followed by swimmer I \ .i": I 1.'.a'u. .. r. ,
Voting 'Mrs. Inman Green guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy MrsRene' Garcia of Kings- for two weeks and Martha Jo Christian Church. !i I Ij i To Meet Tuesdayi ,
last Saturday. Sale. ley lake. Also a guest of the Deas of Lake City for three After a brief wedding trip j +'Ci't: < <, ,. .1.. I! ,
I ;
Mrs. C. D. Williams and Mrs. F. J. Shaw, and Mr. Garcias was Weldon F. Hor- weeks. the couple is residing for the I Ii The Bradford County Cat- J
Mrs. Irene Johns are visiting and Mrs. Ovid Bennett of ry Jr. of Chick sha, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford time being at the home of the i iI tlemen's Association will meetat

a .. Mr. and Mrs. William Beck in Jacksonville will attend the Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mr. and Ritch Sr. and Mr. and Mrs groom's 'parents. KNAPP I > SHflF I 8 p. m. Tuesday, June 5,

Hendersonville: N. C., for two graduation Lamar Shaw Mrs. Guy Sale, and Mr. and Ritch Jr. and daughter, Pam, in the courtroom. Pat Miller,

IoI.fo weeks. from the University of Geor- Mrs. Carl Sapp will attend the of Gainesville and Miss. Jackie president of the organization
_. _
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry CLIFFORD THOMPSON
Mr. and Mrs. George Powell, gia Saturday night. Mr. and graduation of Miss.Jean Colley u 01 Maccienny were said the group will discuss the Dependable -- Economical
.... C. J. Powell, and Mrs. J. II Mrs. Shaw and son of Athens, Mundy from FSU Saturday. Monday evening dinner guestsof will spend the weekend in Ma- Route 1, Box 37-A situation of the local association -
Fields were visiting Mrs. W. Ga., will accompany Mrs. F. nlghl.' Mr. and Mrs. Jim Retch con, Ga. to attend the graduation Starke, Fla. and make plans for the PHONE 904-1301: NIGHT 064-2411
of., their daughter, Vida
H. Ford at Merritt Island J. Shaw and the Bonnets| Mrs. John Inglesby and and Mrs. Daisy Perryman. : I
Jean, from Wesleyan College I
I last week home and will stay with Dirs.. daughter, Miss Lucia Tur-, Mrs. J. A. Lee and daughter June 13-15.
Mrs. Hershall Johnson ot: Shaw at Brooklyn Lake thl pless, of St. Petersburg were Jenifer, of Deland were Sunday afternoon.Mr. I -
.Jacksonville spent the first of I summer. last Saturday visitors of Mrs. '' Wednesday guests of Mrs. H. and Mrs: Arthur Ri g don'

last week with her parents, BY MEASURE-ther:! George Flynn Sr. 'I' H. Sheppard. of Jacksonville visited Mr. and j

Mri. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby.'. is nothing dust as good as" Mr. and Mrs. M. F- Partin Mrs. W. B. Parks will leave Mrs. J. L. Gentry Tuesday.I I SAVINGS

Mr. and Mrs. Johnson moved GENERAL ELECTRIC. See and children, Mr. and Mrs. Monday for several weeks vis- Mrs. R. L. Temple of Jacksonville I BIG

to Cape;: Canaveral on Thurs- our complete appliance line) Jack White of Kissimmee it with Mr. and Mrs. Dam- formerly of Starke,
day. I at BULLINGTON'S. were weekend guests of Mr. eron Black in Atlanta, Ga. recently returned from Buffalo -

-.:....=---_!"- 'u and: Mrs. A. F. Garner. Mrs. W. H. Edwards of N: Y. where she spent FOR EVERYONE!
Miss Dorothy Ross returned several weeks with her son-in-
West Madison Street has moved -
1 Wednesday from a five- I law and daughter, Mr. and
to Jacksonville to make
day excursion to Nassau. Mrs. John O. Kemp, and their : \,
her home with her son-in-
Mr.. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards infant son, John 'Gavin, who ; ,,.
law and daughter, Mr. and
i and family will attend I was born April 1. Mrs. Kemp e
Mrs. Rex Mixon. ;\ d
the graduation of their I will be remembered here aMiss ,>
Mrs. Robert Hulls of Golds- '
daughter-in-law. Mrs. Jerome I Margie Manire. ,.1 ":.t
boro N. C. was Sunday to .yk. <:
-- Edwards, from FSU Saturday Harold Tyus,. who was < ;iI .,
Tuesday guest of Mr. and
night. I awarded a scholarship at I "
-THEATRE-- Mrs. Jim R ttil. r
of Titus- : I I
Miss Edith Lang Florida-Southern' University, .
ville, Pa., is visiting Mrs. MH. Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent is home S for several weeks before I .. .

Lang and Mr. and Mrs. the weekend with Mrs. Jettye entering the summer'sessi6h Y I It

FRI|'- SAT.,.- JUNE 1-; 2. Paul 'Raymond for two weeks.I Hazen in Gainesville. at FSU on June 16. I Y f

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Clark' Mr. and Mrs- R. O. Dansby Pfc. Michael Reddish of .,moo.. A :;< .q.. .

of Alice, Texas have rented had as Sunday guests Mr. ana Fort 'Bragg, N. C. was home. STARTS THURSDAY .
/ the Hazen apartment on La- Mrs. Roy J.: Andrews and family for the weekend. r ,

fayette" street. and Mr. and Mrs. Bi lDansby Mrs.'W, R.'Snell and grandson :!* a''WF: '''' ''yy:"' '' '_-- -

I Dale and Sharon Knight' of of Jacksonville and Bryan Sriett; "Daytona I If' -r.- .. H "'

; Lake City, former Starke residents Mrs. Bernard Williams of Pa- Beach spent Saturday to Tues- WOMEN'S! i' I i
friends latka. : f MEN'S Hose
awtICAII-MEIII>Io\ftOMALtIUIINII: ') were visiting day with Mr. and airs. Fred .1 Ny" n
here Sun ay. 'Sn;ll. '
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Par- .- ; ('\ SUMJlER.
.. it' P 0 R T $
saleweS ,, nell of Savannah Ga., were. I ,3 PRS.

IDfAMUAYId weekend. guests of Mr. and i, i Dresses '

Mrs. K. Q. Duncan. WAYNE'S M I First ,quality! Full faJuon.ed.

... Mrs. ,Carrabelle. Green of 1 I L'f., :\ 1-0 I R T S i VALUES TO 5.9ft: sheer 60-gauge, 15-denier.t .
Lake 'City, former Starke resident u ; : Sizes 8'to 1 II.f.r

I underwent- in Lakeside surgery Wednesday Hos CASH SUPERETTE .' RE 1.49 44 .
.t 'Ar. the \ J Seamless Nylons

; pital, Lake City. 617 WEST MADISON STREET
i it Greg and Jen Davis of '

..COLOR,. Gainesville spent the week : We Giye Family, Stamps .". 1 4 2 P RS. $1
end with their grandmother,, ;< First quality! Famous .
.. Mrs. Lucile Davis. Mr. and : brands! All! the latest .
Y : WE CHALLENGE COMPETITIONTO I summer fabrics, styles I 400-needle sheer seamless)
Davis Jr. joined
Mrs. II. G :
I < Sanforized, wash 'n wear. and colors. Complete size guaranteed perfect. Sizes_ ,
their family on Sunday. EQUAL OUR ',j: Woven plaids solid colors '' 1 8'/2 to 11.
Mrs. John Love Wilkes is and fancy patterns. t M. range.

ALSO -- "Bowery Boys Meet visiting her daughter, Mrs. F, .w U..H d'i

H. Evans and family in Coral i ,/' ',<...''' ''A./.
i"i: '. ',?<
,, ...
The: Monster" -- Cartoon Gables this week. : t. ;;-- > <'To ot : u'0<11I

Mr. and Mrs.:'A. T. Qerle,,
and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke Reg. I19 Bed Pillows I Tois' Training Pants
OPEN FRIDAY 1 .15-SATURDAl',12:15 '
Jacksonville **
and children of REG. 20c
Full size. Soft and plump
1 were weekend guests of Mr filled with crushed chicken 88 s 2"P', Double thickness S $1
trls throughout: triple f
'f and Mrs. M. C. Wells and feathers. to 6.

!' SUN. -VI! ON. JUNE 3 4Plus Mrs.at Brooklyn'L. S. Hutto Lake.and famils; :, FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE Terry Wash Cloths \' ll'I iitj'l; lo 14 Sporbwear

Mr and Mrs. R. B. Thomas REG. 1.99
of Lake City were Sundaj; i I5e VALUE T e r r T T-shirte. Jamaica 166Soft.
fluff cotton S shorts. Pedal pusher seta
i t '3i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Fryers 25' I I hishlj absorbent. Solid co&S E" slim-ffms and short sets

1 I i s P. r Theron Thomas.Mrs ,Sarah spent Hunter the weekend and son al, to ors.Reg, 39 Dish I Towels' REG S 1. Men's' REG.Nylon, 39c Sirelch Socks

Wilmore, Ky., and brought 2S
1.69. hov ItT pattern
Fane or
i: lint free, fringed ends. Modern
> who RIB ..1nDBRISKET 27
home Miss Sonia Hunter v ash '11 size fits 10 to 13 .
is a student at Asbury Col ST'GW.Ib. 29cFRESH rl I-o v e r prints. sanfO red So'd color
.- neat
WIctertsSi Panties
'I f.Vomen's Acetate
1 lege >RS 3 .
Mr and Mrs. J. R; Taylor J Hobnail Bedspreads top

'w were in Waycross, Ga., over GROUND HAMBURGER -1 Ib. 49cCOPELAND'S REG. '5.99 '.. Acetate witb elastic tricot.l lees full eutS $1
the weekend visiting relatives 444
Viscose tufting cotton S M L. forSE1S
cns i Mr and Mrs. Byron New-"; TENDERIZED-HALF or WHOLE'SUPERIOR backing Whit era soUd colMen's r .Pli(F
of Way- 9 rs y 1" Blouses
comb and daughter
Women's Reg.
{ cross!, Ga. have been transferred l n.l

'v. : e oshaf : to Starke by the.Hercules HAM S Slb.. _,u_ u. 49c '. Spcri. Shirts'. Frilly styles., SISSY Solid and colors tailored and 166REG.

r.e : .Powder Co. They are resid 2.99
i ing Jn one of the Branner Sanforized wash "n wear 244 l' 99 prints.
Plaids, solids fancies. Sizes .
houses on Brownlee street. OLEO s.'M. LBoys' WOMEN'S
.r Y
1 t. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sid Mathew: Slim Jims Pedal Pushers
: 12.S
Iti ti 4 tit wE i of Orlando were overnight 1IT ONE Polo. ShirlsFine ,
-- ea. -: %clilh
guests Sunday of Mr. and I .'voeir'!t0s' VALUES TO 1.99
Mrs. G. Newcomb.. : $5.00 Food. Order. I: and combed fancy eottoa pattern Sa 44p ..1't6. ilalp Solid color. "tripes. aa. 97
% stripes Sixes It to w.WOMEN'S
r print .
Leonhard o1 tnrdl
Mrs. Fred
Cartoon .r -- Sizes 4 to 14.
Starke and Mrs. Morris Jack.: TABLE .LIJIIT( ON5 I Scnlf thureWlt.o ;,'saUD. ,

9PtEN-tjNpAY, >1:45 MONDAY, 5:-15 son of Ocala spent last Thursday -.q POTATOES IP) Ibs. 29d; Boys' Ivy Slacks tlne Sleeveless Blosses
and Friday with relative s: I

.I ih .Petersburg.. MAXWELL HOUSEVith .$5,00 Food Order I REG. 2.99'n REG. $*
: TUES. WED. 5-6-7 Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis : : Wash wear Sanforized 241 broadcloth.! *>1O* 77i
4 ,.. COFFEE -- .1 Jb.} ;bag -.. .. : 49c cotton. Unpleated front Sues Sanforized' 3 W >tt.
n4 Sizes
it .n orintt.
returned Sunday from three t 8 to 18.Boys' atb

ueeks: a visit vacation with Mr.which and included Mrs.-. 'PURE LARD -- 3 }Jb.Ja "; =,::. r'. ": 39c; I Sport Shuts Y/ -omens, Children's I SHies

Randall Davis in Ayre. Mass,. i 's REG. 2.99
FAB (limit ) 25ci { ouNe
-- :
f one
: -.
,, The four drove through snow *n wear plaids solids 153 I Sandals. flats.leathers.Italian Complete rtriwi. 266Wash
in Vermont enroute to Montreal and tarries Sizes 8 to IS. smooth
size roots
Canada. I\EG.
: : Jimmy Brownlee Jr. returned : : Shorts'J': Reg. 1" Tennis Oxfords
Children's Play
: I
Saturday from Riverside :8LEACH qt. : lOe 6c
: Hisses' Women's and Cnfl.
a ., '. Hospital where he was confined I I Solid colors and $1 dyer sizes. Sturdy costa, 111i
following leg surgery i prints. Boxer faDC13 rubber late and heeL
I I 8.t N stJi8- .
Sizes Z to
r +
: +1 s Tuesday of last week. .1'.1i LIVELY DOG F0bb.-3 for -. J9cs : M t.ar'e ,.otto1S.... : II!: '

hat t4atala toss) i .Mrs. Effie Johns had as i' l W rk Sets tern .,.... )'IqM 1I's 9 i btin.rH's SkusI
last visitors Mrs- Lfly HICKORY IN ru* -
J I Friday ; PIECES v REG.
I 3.99.
i Cone of Brooker and Mrs.1 IOKEIDb. 'K'' R REG.. 5.98 Women's ,I dfws3lUf. sad 'f 333
Plus Cartoon I ,,, SN- t line oualitj Stevens twbttwill 55 **. '
..-," Bessie Sapp of Raiford. ,Mrs.: ., C I -.Shirt. .slue. lt'da,,/ 1?.. : ins ports and children's oxford. ctr slip-
: .
Johns was also visiting; Mr. II .. 41 -- -
.. .
y .
OPEN .lfURS:; 2-is.=.WED., 'S:45---THURS: ;, %:.ts i an3 Mrs.: Ed: truce ih Jacksonville -'J t -

,j on Saturday. <4 i -


... *. V
.. .. . v

,, .



f -
I -
Methodist: Choir I II

i Honors Director I WHAT, WHEN
__ -
li k of With PartyThe ; AND WHEREMay

w Chancel Choir of the
L I GLADYS MOOTY PHONE .964ttl J ,gC 4 U C F. First Methodist Church gavea P

supper party last Thursday 31
night at Fellowship Hall hon- ; Junior Woman's Club called -
iJ Garden ClubMembers [ oring the choir director Miss meeting, 8 p.m club house

Hold Frances Poe, who is leaving A-: June 5

i '.; Starke at the end of the school I w Altar Society meeting, 8 p
Annual Dinner i' M d' term. m.. Parish Hall.
I s .r t .
Summer flowers in attrac- June 6
Members of the Starke Gar- r-- tive arrangements were used x ei s U.D.C. coveted dish lunch-
I :
I I den Club enjoyed their an- to decorate the dining tables eon and'meeting, 12 noon
zM nual dinner and installationof for this 'occasion. home of Mrs. F. B. Beard.

P. a t) officers Monday night, May On behalf of the choir, G. June' 7

tFr jx 28, at the home of Mrs. Smith r rc4I ..i .bar ao S. Newcomb presented the i Hospital Auxiliary luncheon
.J DeVoe on West Adkins Street. honoree with a parting gift, meeting. 12 noon, Garden
1L\4 Pictured at BPW installation last week (from left): Miss
BPW Installation
Dinner was served buffet : with a card signed by all Restaurant-
style in the dining room and
guests were: seated d' a T- ton, corresponding secretary; Mrs.!' G. L. Farber, president;I The 37 enjoying the affair Jane, Jimmy Guy
shaped table in the Florida I RestaurantSixteen : Mrs Willie Mae Denton, first vice! president; Mrs. Ruby Johns,f included choir members and Installs New Officers For 1962.63 .
I i Entertain GHSClassmates
room. The table was covered : second vice president jIrs.. Margaret' Brown, treasurer, and their families.
.. i iI with a white linen cloth and 1 members and seven Mrs. Betty DeSha, installing officer. I The women of St. Edward's Patrick's, Jacksonville, play-

centered wth a large, beauti: guests, five from the Gainesville -t j WSCS Officers Altar Society held their in- I| ed a recording of the Rosary,

fully decorated cake with the i Club, attended the an- 'impressive candlelight cere- Quigley; Finance, Mrs. Mar- stallation of officers at the and Mrs- Darche spoke of Jane and Jimmy Guy Gain-
a I I
I ra w, St g nual installation dinner of Are Installed Underwood Restaurant o n ,, "The Mysteries of AlmightyGod.
name Starke Garden Club mony, charging each with her garet Brown Mrs. Marguerite esville high school graduates: ,
engraved in pink icing. Gar- ;I I the Starke Business and Pro-1 duties and responsibilities forr : Hall and the Executive Board; !iI ii I May 22 with 20 members pre-. ." Each new officer was were hosts !at a delightful

's y lands of fern, interspersedwith fessional Woman's Club at r the coming year. She was assisted I Legislation, Mrs. Ruby'Johns, i j I Officers of the Woman's sent. | presented a "Brown Scapu- slumber party Friday night
s S3 I red 'rosebuds, extended I the Garden Restaurant on I by Mrs. ,Rosenberg,I Membership, Mrs. Martha Bal-i I Society of Christian Service Pictured above are [front'!'; lar" and a Prayer Book. following the GHS Jumor-

Redding-Johns I the entire length of the table. Thursday, May 27. Mrs. E.: A.i State recording secretary.Mrs. I es; Public Relations Mrs. Des- I and Wesleyan Service Guild I row] Father Cornelius Dough- Father Dougherty broughtthe Senior prom. The party was
I j Hall, Mrs. Nate Mrs'', of the First Methodist Churcnfor I srty, and the new president, '
: Gardenia corsages were plac- Dyal' I G. L., Farber was in- I ta Dyal. t installation dinner to a held at the summer home of
Engagement Told ed at each setting.Arrangements Pauline Torode and Mrs. A. 1962-C3 were installed Mrs. Frances Meng. 2nd row ,
I I stalled as President. Other I Special committees were close with prayer. their grandmother, Mrs. A. Z.
I H. Harley were hostesses for during the morning worship j [fl-rl: Mrs. Robbie Shaller,
of summer officers to serve with her are: I also announced at this time. 'II : Adkins. on Kingsley Lake,
Mr. and Mrs. Horace M. I this affair. service Sunday' the min- ; altar chairman; Mrs. Eugene'
i flowers were placed at vantage lovely '( Mrs. Willie Mae Denton, first In other business, the club on by I Bobby \VhiteCelebrates : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy served -
Redding of Jacksonville an- ister, Rev. John Brabham. Darche, guest speaker and installing .
points throughout the The head table centered 'i ;
was vice president: Mrs. Ruby i voted to place proceeds from : refreshments to the 40
nounce the engagement of i rooms. I with an arrangement of, :Johns, second vice president; ; the Birthday Box into the recently Installed were: president j officer: and Mrs. Lester 13th I| young folks attending.
,their daughter, Vivian, to Mrs. H. H. Adams I: Humphries, treasurer; 3rd I
]I After dinner, Mrs. M. F. Ha- chrysanthemums, while other I Miss Madge: Middleton corresponding established Gertrude ; vice-presi- 1:
Warren! G. Johns son of Mrs. I i row [1-rl] : Mrs. Joseph Gissy, Year With PartyBobby
I zen presided over a short bus- tables were decorated with secretary; Dr.I Hoffmeister Memorial Fund. dent, Mrs. E. Matthews; il i I 1I Senior CitizensTo
Mary M. Johns and the late iness meeting and Mrs. Paul streamers of fern,. interspersed Florence Jennings, recording I Miss :Madge Middleton, Mrs. recording secretary, Mrs. corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Ernie C. Johns of Lawtey. I Raymond gave ,the Devotional. with flowers. Nut.cups in secretary; and Mrs. Margaret Desta Dyal, and :Mrs. Dorothy Charles Sawyer; treasurer,i I Joseph Wallace, secretary; White celebrated his Meet Tuesday
The marriage will be an and Mrs. J. C. Fogg, treasurer 13th'birthday Saturday eve-
I I the form of May baskets were Brown, treasurer. I Milberger were elected delegates Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Circle chair- i
g event of Friday June 15, at 8I: director I at each place. Placecards in men: I-Mrs. Vernon Smucker j i ning with a cook-out and A Senior Citizens_ meeting
Mrs. William Linz, II Chairmen to the State Convention -
Standing committee I J i' at the O. W.I
p. m., in the Jones Road I the club colors of and I ; 2-Mrs. J. J. Kouba; 3- Mrs. Randall Chism, outgoing swim party will be held Tuesday night,
of District Five, installed the I will 1 to be held in Miami inI
for the coming i
year White
I ,Baptist Church Jacksonville. i following officers: president,I yellow marked the places for be: Personal Development,.I I i June. Mrs. G. L. Farber and Mrs. E. F. Mayton Jr.; 4- president, thanked the!: Lake. Jr. cottage on Crystal I June 5, at the Lions Club at
Miss Redding is a gradu- honored guests. 1 Mrs. S. G. Denmark; 5-Mrs. women for their cooperation I 7:30.: t '*f
Mrs. Ed Prevatt first will attend
t T. ; Miss Della Rosenberg; Civic Miss Della Rosenberg 15 friends enjoyed this affair -
'ate of Robert E. Lee High I Jack Eaves; -Mrs.. Ethel during the year, and presented Invitations have been sentto
: -
vice-president. Miss Dorothy Miss Della Rosenberg intro- Participation, Mrs. Mildred in their official capacities with I
| i Father Dougherty, pastor I' Bobby. Starkei
School in Jacksonville. Mr. Lowell- over 50 people in
Ross; second vice-president, duced Miss Joalyce Graham Doyle and Mrs. Gladys Scholl; as club president and State Mrs. White assisted by
J ;Johns graduated from Brad-I Wesleyan Service Guild: of St. Edward's, who spoke on!' was i i area in hopes that the club
Mrs. A. Russell Norman; I outstanding BHS senior in World Affairs, Mrs. Dorothy recording secretary, respec- Mrs. Norman Allen and Don-
ford County High School and' third vice-president, Mrs. business education, and an- Milberger and Mrs. Pansy, tively. I president, Mrs. C. R. Brad- r the need for working tbgether| me Thompson. can grow in membership.
with the other Catholic
is now employed at Liberty Vernon Smucker; recording nounced that she had won the r ford; vice-president, Mrs. R. par All people 50 years and over -
i D. the Mrs. Kenneth Grider I!! Marilyn Shannon S. Mullins; recording secre- I ishes. He said that the women are invited to attend this
iI National Life Insurance Co. secretary Mrs. J. Doyle; annual award given by UDC Sets
of these
organizations Chapter
tary. Mrs. Ruth Johnson; I
I club.
and the
in Jacksonville.All corresponding secretary, Mrs., Starke BPW Club to the girl tIs Honored With I Bride Elect, treasurer, Mrs. L. G. Farber. I were the right-hand of the meeting join
i Covered LuncheonThe
V. V. Hazen; treasurer, Mrs.1 I' I The main purpose 01 the
with the
friends and relativesare Harry Mooty. Each officer graduating highest Stork Shower Given Shower Secretaries Lines of Work! pnests. I club is to provide recreation

invited to the wedding. II I was presented with a ribbon- I grades in business subjects.Mrs. <. and 'Chairmen were also installed ';, Father Dougherty introduced -! W. T- Weeks chapter,I and fun for its members.

iI i I and-earrings corsage arranged -I Betty DeSha Presidentof : Mrs. Kenneth Grider was ,i iI Miss Marilyn Shannon, at this service the guest speaker, Mrs. U. D. C. will have a covered I ,-
I I on a miniature :wheel in District 3, installed the i honored at a stork shower ii j jI bride-elect, was honored at a .-"---;, Darche, of St. Patrick's ,in, dish luncheon, followed by a
THE RIGHT POINT for the,! the color depoting her place I newly elected officers. ,: ,in an I I i Thursday evening of last lovely bridal shower Thurs- THE RIGHT POINT for the! Jacksonville, who is now serv- business meeting, at noon j THE RIGHT POINT for the
'way you writ Come in and and duty in the Garden Club. : week in the Episcopal parish day night, May 24, in St. "Edward's way you write. Come in and, ing as Organization and Development Wednesday, June 6, at the : way you write. Come in and

'elect your favorite ESTER-, Mrs. Hazen presented Mrs. ',! house, given by St:: Mark'sWomen parish hall, given 1 by select your favorite ESTER-1 Chairman for thei home of Mrs. f. B. Beard on ,select your favorite ESTER-
'BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-i Prevatt with the gavel andpresident's Mrs. Hazen,' out-going presi- of the Church. Mrs. Sonny Tenly, Mrs.. Doh- BROOK Fountain Pen TELE-i i St. Augustine Deanery. Her Kingsley Lake. :, BROOK Fountain Pen: TELE-

GRAPH. I dent, a lovely, blue glass pit-' Guests were greeted at the ,nie BlackWell, and Mrs. Neal GRAPH. guest, Mrs. Conekin of St. GRAPH.
The club
I pin. gave cher. __ ___ ___u__
door by Mrs. Stanley Noegel Lyon.

.1 and Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. The refreshment, table was. !
f Sta'nding' in.the receiving line covered with a ,yellow linen':

I \We Must Make Room For New Stock Coming! In were Mrs. Herbert Thomas, cloth and. centered, with an.- j|,

:, president. ; the honoree; her arrangement,of. summer flowers \
'mother, Mrs. Ann Parker; including"gardenias i and '!

Therefore We Are .OfferingThis! SPECIAL j i, and Mrs. R. H. Grider. The pompoms. Thejninch and gift!'
link i stood in front of the fireplace tables were also covered with 1 i, s
the mantel of which :
I yellow linen cloths. Centering
*, ONE WEEK ONLY! I. held a beautiful fan-shaped the punch table was a crystal | V Store"s

r arrangement of summer flow- bowl encircled with greenery. j
"Your Friendly
: Mrs. Bobby Shannon presided I

.a I: ers.The refreshment table was I at the punch bowl. j I .'" ''' ......'tIIL'Liltn>1.r.JI'iW...... ,
: covered with a handsome imparted played I
One was
cutwork cloth and centered -i a'
during the party hours and
i with a silver antique prize was awarded to the win- : Eagle'sLovely Men
bowl filled with pink snap- '
dragons and white California ner. :.' : Plain
iI1' : Approximately 50 guests attended a'V
S sy daisies. Flanking the cen- V
:-aew 1 terpiece were two silver candelabra during the party collection of" .. Pleated Front

i holding burning pink'tapers. hours, 7:30: and 9:30: o'clock.i

The punch bowl at i Spring & Summer

one end was presided over Hospital Auxiliary DRESSTROUSERS
: by Misses Pam Parker, Kath-
leen Thomas and Judy Met Executive Board DRESSES

t Rae. At the other end of the Sets Luncheon
i table was a large tray holding -
M : individual cakes decorated The executive board of Nationally
e rosebuds. Other *, Brands V -
4 with pink Bradford County. Hospital ..
silver pieces held sandwiches, .
Auxiliary will have a luncheon BIG! BIG-SAVINGS Wash'n Wear
I mints and nuts. On the white
: linen covered gift table" stood meeting at noon Thursday, Values
\ Reg. $6.98 to $14.98 to $7.99
i a tall stork.Assisting June 7, at the Garden Restau
I iii serving and rant. ,,
i caring for the guests were \ .

(Similar toPhotograph) :. ,I I Bishop Mrs. H. C.Jr.Brown, Mrs., Mrs.Edward H. A. I $188 to $$888] $$488I

Bums, Mrs. W. H. Graham,
I Mrs. Julian McRae and Mrs. I

Lucile Davis.
The Women of the Church Men's
Double Dresser & Mirror presented the honoree with a
95 : baby bottle sterilizer as a SHORT SHORTSLEEVE
memento of the occasion.

Chest of Drawers ,' Approximately 50 guests I SLEEVE \ \ .
called between the party

Bookcase Bed' } !I hours; eight to nine-thirty. I SPORT. SAVE NOW I.! d 1

f', (i I Altar Society Sets i SPORT
'i iJ, Price 130.85 PRICES BLASTED TO BItS
Regular :
Rummage Sale I
: --
.. .
This Saturday <: -' I. -

.1 j! TLV ...:,, .,': l I. -=.=. DtfllMlrtli DIMS -.- ..
Matching Nite Table19.95 St. Edward's Altar Society., ': .
'i'I! will sponsor- a rummage sale .' : > Reg. 100% Cotton

: on Saturday! June 2, at the : 100% Cotton
: J Reg. $1.98 $2.98
Available white or walnut EXTRA oid City Fish Market building SALE' .

All wood suite r II starting:at 8 a.m.I I III Wash'n Wear V Jr Wash'n Wear
Center Drawer GuidesAll The next meeting of the I. #
: II
.t. I
; society will be held at 8 p.m.I I V
drawers dovetailed I 1'June 5. in the parish. hall.. Don't GetTaught

.'This suite has many features :I' JuniorVomen C Out on a :I ea. 77cV ?1II\r II ,,\ 2for$3( $

of more expensive suites 83 Piece Set- Set Business i / .

I Session Tonight LimbFOR I


I is having a called business EXPERT

'. ., 'i:, ; ,- Service for Eight I!I meeting, tonight ['1't1ursdar1
We Stock 43 Pieces of Melmac at 8 o'clock at the club house. .
40 Pieces of Glassware i 1I I After the meeting there: will TREE. Huge Selection GIRL'S MEN'S I BOY'S
i be a short business session of

Simmons Bedding' Spring $1995. I the executive out-going boards.Carolyn and. in-coming : Girls and Teen's BERMUDASHORTS Swim Suits

Air Bedding Kroehler Living

Room Singer Sewing Machines 1 I Shannon, 1IRGRYCALL i Swim Wear Large Variety, ,

Quaker and Siegler Heaters Samsonite Luggage, and Many other well --..,-- I
Vernon GlissonWedding
Known Brands- Also Traverse Rots and Curtain Rods. :' I I : Feast of siren and
Is Saturday Swim in your your eyes '** #... ....

7t's, A Fact You Can Do Better At It \I; The marriage of Miss Carolyn choice of Style on Array this Beautiful of Color Colors V ,'.

i Shannon to Vernon OlisI color and Fabric 100% Cotton Size 7-14 Reg. $1.98 to $3.8
son will be an event of Saturday .
; evening, June 2, at 8.I I :
Denmark Furniture Co. I\ o'clock t n Bethel Baptist :I Florida Pest Control 1 1I I <

I !!I Church. '. $ to $ ONLY ONLY $$1
I I No invitations are being Issued I v and-.Chemical' Co.. $198| g98 $1
'but all friends and relatives -

434-446: W. CALL -ST. :'. : ? .. PHONE 964-4321. [ of the couple are' invited I II II L'..... ,-- 539 E. Call. St.'.. ... I ,

S. -. '<. _' '" .., .., _. ..... ,.... It., ; -I.i' '.to attend... -. j'. I, '\ "



... ,
I 11 ,

--- ..
i .,<" '4'#'r IB the ('...rt.f the C..
donor. eWe a member of the Church of nlf
\ '
JalIy.'Dat'Ser.vices I Graham Church
; fi ..:1 Judge, Bradford Ceumtj, Fl.-
M feel that cannotbe Christ. I .
-.i( 1 we ; rid* In Probate
7 0. .' :.[,Ra Set F rrru sda : Returns Gift : true Christians and accept Funeral services were held In re-: Estate of
at 10 Wednesday at the Rosa Le Finn Deceased.To .
< I anything from a company a m.
; r AtFirst ChristianRally All (Creditor and Persons
l i Members or Graham Baptist !
< graveside in Cemeterywith
< that promotes the sale of alcoholic Dyal lIa,in.'Ial.MM or DfmaidiARain
I Church would like to explain -j Rev. W. E. Hall : t !Maid Estate
beverages.We official-j
Are We Looking At The Whole Picture? Day''services" will beheld \ .an article that was I regret that such a mis- ing. Burial was in the family I; You and each of you are
] Sunday! at the First j printed in last week's issue of'' hereby notified and required ro
: :
J : take has been made and hope plot with DeWitt C. Jcnes Fu- present any claims and demands -
The Telegraph noted with interest first time, this year, and sixteen BHS t Christian Church and the| the.Bradford County Tele-, that it will be overlooked by neral Home in charge of ar- which you, or either of
Recently that a group of Bradford Coun- science students won honors at the re graph. you, may have against the estate
pastor, Rev. Bob i rangements. ,
.v Badgett.jstates i of Ktoa Lee Finn deceased -
,:.1Y citizens was concerned enough with gional and went on to the state fair in I! The neon sign and trans- everyone.GRAHAM BAPTIST late oC"said County to the
that "the best crowd I ,
TABERNACLEMiss I County Judge of Bradford
former that was placed on
i the sports of our high school Pensacola. CHURCH I
1 program ever" is expected because of ., I County Florida at office
; to meet with the School Board and request Then let us look at what counts the chur i auiiding was accepted : Phyllis Martin, who is m the court hou Florida*'or said, County
I special events plannedt t I' froth the Budweiser at Starke. wIthin
( supplements for the head football most-the students themselves, afterthey've Services HeldWednesday home on a short furlough'i six calendar months (rom the
"We are planning to break! Beer Company by an individual time oVthe tint publication of
'. from school. from her missionary work in
cpach and his.assistant. graduated
without the consent of this nonce. "Bach claim or demand -
,' We would be the first to sound the How about,the college-bound BHS grad iI the all-time existing record i the church. The majority of' For Quito Ecuador is spendingthe shall shall be the in. writing of ,residence and
for state place
Sunday School
merits of the BHS sports program.Ve uate who suddenly finds himself sittingin attend-I the members had not been informed Mrs. Bryan 73 time with her parents, and post office address
ance, the pastor Mr. and Mrs. Walter :Martin, of the Claimant, and shall be
that football and track college classroom in competitionwith and knew '
agree winning a special events will start with' and will give a missionary sworn to by the claimant his
i tennis bring Bradford High School and students from larger and better- Sunday School at 9:45: a.m., '!; about it until they read it in Mrs. Mai Byran 73, died program with pictures etc. at agent such claim or or attorney demand, and not any so

the entire' county much favorable pub- equipped high schools? The questionwill followed by Morning,Worship! The- Telegraph. Sunday at her home in Starke ''the Tabernacle soon. Watch filed shall, be- void. ,
vficity. We agree that the sports program then be: Does that student knowas and Communion Service at : Ina Special called confer- after an extended illness. She for the date. As a/minUtrator BF-':JA11IFINN.of the Bs-
Henry RichardeTo 10:45. ence, the members of the was born on Nov. 8.. 1888 and j state K.V Jlos& Le Finn deceas
much math science his- : '
; : builds character and strong English, or \ Communion will be observed -
\ voted to return the had been resident of Starke
''bodies that President Kennedy says tory as the fellow sitting next to him? Graduate At 6 p.m.-;there will be a)church' I, a at the morning hour next ed.First,publication!. .........-May 24.' 1 W3! :
sign and transformer to the for the past 50 She was -
: are Or will the be interestedin I fellowship covered dish_supper ;, Sunday. -S--t:4
i so vital if our country'is to.survive professor more From Annapolis t ;. .
which everyone is in- :
: against the threat of Communism. whether he played? on, a.winning. foot-''t:, '
yited. Guests: of,honor at this I
We would, therefore, be the firSt. to ball team? j Midshipman 1st Class Hen- event will be the.former min :' -

concede that the football coaches merit As UF coach Jack Green pointed out! ry M. Richarde Jr., son ofj i ister and his. family, ...*.Rev. and. I k : V V V '
!an increase in salary-be it an increase at the All Sports Banquet here Sat- Mr. and-Mrs. H. M. Richarde'!' Mrs. Jess Sherwood and children -I

in. supplement from county funds, or urday night, the University of Floridais of .the State Farm, will grad-- j Joe and Norman. Rev.: r ,,, .

from heretofore untapped sources. We even now raising its entrance requirements uate on June 6 from the U.s. Sherwood will bring the mes- ARE oA

mow how hard these men work, and to admit only students who Naval Md. Academy at Annapolis. i sage at the .evening service at

ve also enjoy watching; a good football score at least 300 (instead: of the for Upon graduation. 7:30 o'clock.One
S MidshiP-1 event of the day will
ame. merly acceptable 200)) on senior placement man Richarde will
be to find out how many attending -
But it would be far more encouraging tests. This means that only forty) 'Bachelor of" Science degree II services this Sunday

k in the overall picture, to see a per cent of our high school graduates! and be commissioned an en- were present at the first ser-
group of citizens fighting with equal will be eligible to enter the University';. sign{ an the VS. Navy. He will vice held by the present min-

: zeal for salary increases-not only for of Florida in the future, the speaker!) report to Pensacola. Naval ister three years ago. The

coaches-but for every teacher in the said. !I Station after'exPiration of f i Rally Day services will be i when here
i S county school system And' how about the student who! his leave.Richarde, entered the Naval just a few days away from you shop s'

Let us look at these, littlerecognized dpes not get to college? The kind of job I Academy after graduation ;Rev. Badgett's third anniv ,.

"other teachers" for just,,a moment. he obtains will depend largely on the from Bradford County High'( ersary. It is also desired to

Wnile everyone knows' the football facts he learned in high school and I School ]{ have sent who as many attended possible the pre-first

i :ifcoaches put in many hard hours at Row well equipped he is,. with training,I Mr. and Mrs. Richarde are service held by Rev. Sherwood -

jprac ice after school, at night, and on to climb in his chosen: profession. I attending the traditional June I almost nine years ago. ; SMOKED OR FRESHPICNlCS

: 'weekends ,preparing their team to win How about it, "interested citizens"]: Week festivities and other i If the Sunday School record ,

; I-how< many also know of an eighth -are you interested enough to look at: commencement activities at is broken the minister

k- grade history teacher who devotes the whole picture and fight for better] Annapolis- will have a record of 146
1, ;many afternoons and nights to grading salaries for the less glamorous class-": "broken over his head" by .
papers rather than to her husband and room teacher, as well as the football] Rotary Club the Superintendent Franklin A lb. 2

/two young children? coaches? j I Hears Talk On Tomlinson."Everyone is welcome, and

We also know of a science instructor We're all for a winning football STRIKE Unit guests from many communities -

:': whose pupil won first place in his team, and recognize it as a, necessary! are expected,' 'the pastor ..
.-division in the State Science Fair. Another part of our present way of life. But it A description of the new

l., science instructor staged the Regional is also important to win in the classroom -':1! STRIKE Command at Mac- I .' \ TENDERIZED HAMS whole or half 45c 3 Ik For $$1

It Science Fair in Starke for the ;: Dill APB Tampa and the :wid.REAL
\ stragetic part it is prepared :

_ Why Not Camp Blanding? i I to play in the nation's safety ':' ESTATESECURITY.
was given at the Rotary Club 'r SMOKED

The Florida Council of 100, a group wrong in giving serious consideration i;i i Wednesday by Col. J. A. Griffin -

composed of business and industrial to Camp Blanding. Its vast acreage :.: ficer., State Maintenance Of :: SMOKED BACON by the piece 9 fl

.4 leaders from throughout the state, pro- could accommodate all three installa- : Col. Griffin said that he: SAUSAGEWHITE
posed this week to tions with to I
Governor Bryant room
spare. | was proud of the fact that ..
that Florida become the home of a It.,has the natural lakes and forests,; the Florida National Guard's:

World Space Institute. to:make i it an ideal l seating for a space- : State. Maintenance Shop: at z : BACON by the piece k

,i I, The W. S. I. would be comprised,yof age campus, with all the healthful recIreation Camp Blanding hadbeen ask- I WEiNERS
i I three separate institutions a -space that water and sunny climate!I ed to provide field maintenance %

f science school, a scientific and techni- afford.It for the STRIKE Command : fytt j ,

; cal information center, and a graduate is close enough to Cape Canaveral''' equipment under a con-; ;
U. S. GOOD .
institution. The three would be integral by air modern highways or tract effective May 1. I With' YourREALTOR'
The speaker was introduced Begins. ., .,
parts of an over-all university, accord- even the inland waterway system.It .
F. had
by. B. Beard who
(I9 ing to Stanton D. Sanson of Miami is in the heart of the North Flori-' charge of the program. CLUB STEAK

; Beach, chairman of the Council's committee da ""rovvn"-devoid of all the distract-,i Guests of Rotary at this BEEF.

---- on scientific and technical af- ing hub-bub of the coastal areas. meeting were BHS Seniors -

fairs. In so many ways it is such an ideal Miss Joalyce Graham, who A Realtor is a trained professional 69c IIVthBRISKET

Th World Space Institute would site for the World Space Institute that;;: made the highest average on _a permanent responsible -

.: cost an estimated $200 million and we believe the Committee of 100 shouldbe :, commercial subjects; Freeman businessman. When

would draw leading scientists from invited here to view it for them-:I Register Jr., recently elected ,' you buy, sell, or It'a.'ieith .
throughout the world, making Florida selves. ;i president of the Stu- : his! skilled" c un&el, you get U. S.,GOOD .
h the world's space center. Camp Blanding, which saw its hey-i I I' dent Body for the 1962-63 j the security .f knowing an .
term; and three young men a
has handled the
The plan, as outlined, is a logical :ley of usefulness in World War II, has !, selected to attend Boys State.: i ii expert for you an expert BOLOGNA

move for the state of Florida. Already, since remained a sleeping; giant used i I Jack McComb, Lynwood Wai- j who has access to the world's

with Cape Canaveral of utmost importance to some extent by the National Guard :i .teis and Jimmy Smith. |, largest storehouse of real OR RIB 39

in this country's projection -but not fulfilling a fraction of its po-I I !! estate knowledge, throughhis CHUCK ROASTV .

.into the space age, it naturally follows tential usefulness to the Nation. I Case Total High membership in his local ,
that if there is to be a fulcrum of the Several years ago we strongly rec- real estate board and the FRESH GROUND

future-r-it too should be Florida. ommended Blanding as a site for the, For Mayor's Court I National Association of Real OR STEAK
This, then, brings up the matter of new Air Force Academy, which subse-!' A total of 384 cases have i iI Estate Board. SPARE RIBS

.a site for a project of such magnitude- quently went to Colorado Springs for j been tried in Starke Mayor s I .Look to the Realtor

"conceivable only because of the space reasons best known to the site selec-i! Court during the period ,from I who displays this 8 ALL MEAT U. S. GOOD U. S. Good

age upon which we are entering.We tion committee. We think the time, is j last October 3 through May Emblem-the_ 49 Lbs. For

do not know whether the Committee fast approaching when we should again i : 21 and 9084.50 in fines collected rsecurityNational symbol of isv'., STEW 59c Pe.,6., . 3 $$1
i of 100 has gone into the ques- make an all-out effort to bring Camp)ii' ,, according to Police i

tion of proposed sites or not but for Blanding to the attention of the State I Chief William F. Rosser. a3 Association of

( several reasons, which we think ar$ and Nation as a possible site for the i A breakdown by individual Real Estate Boards 3
i offenses and total fines for .
..Chicago, 111.Washington -
worthwhile, they could not go far proposed World Space Institute. i each is: D. Ci+ Fresh Florida Grade A GRADE A '
I Ii
_ ii i, Public Intoxication 80 _.V,
Nominations For Father's Day "'SPONSORED 'BY THE 3 Pound AverageVHOLE CUT crHENS25c _
| t cases and $1,262.50 in fines. _: or
'\ 1'1 ," ;; .t 29 V_

I ,It is always a bit difficult when. rain which finally came late that af-1;; 154 Moving cases traffic and 3686.50 violations-in .:-BRADFORD,,* CLAY V_ :

writing an editorial early in the week- ternoon.- 1 fines. -'fti, fSTAHKET '" ,
because facts may change sometimes : Yes, sitting in the cool of this long I! Disorderly conduct 104 *'\; .
before. the' issue has gone to press.' anticipated evening, we could only,think! cases 1194. ': Gay Andrews -

This was written Monday eveningthe ,that if the weatherman keeps his good j i: Misdemeanors 9 cases, I C. A. Futch OPEN

,time exactly 10 p. m. nature and his word, and things do not 18250. (diarley E. Johns PHONE
We do not know where you were change before,we go to press, we must ; Vagrancy-11 cases $84. : A. J. Thomas 7 DAYS 969.1093
Canvassing a city ,
t Monday at that time, but we do know honor this fine gentleman in some way.Perhaps .:, permit-11 cases. $105. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS"- a week ----

what you were doing. In fact everyone if he will give us those. Prowlers- 1 case found not James E. McEacliern WE Si0t1IAt0Y/tflFIINE 0.0CEAIES 607 'East'Brownlee;' .
three of rain which were S. E. 6 a.. m. to .
and everything, man, beast, bird or weeks pro-. guilty. 3IcKay
verdure enjoying the mised nominate him' the arrest 6 : C. J. 4Tete"" O'CohnerWm. 10 .
was undoubtedly us, we can as a i i Resisting cases p. m. .. :
wind, thunder, lightning, and then the "man of the year" for Father's Day. i, $122.50. JIIDDLEBtRi

i I Trespassing on private property -. R. "Weigel
1 found not
Registration Open librarian, announced this suitcase .and. will ,have colored case guilty. -
Sale of moonshine or non-!
J week. stickers which will be
they I -
For Children'sSumiler I{ tax-paid whiskey in a dry
Children may enroll. t anytime given for each book read. | county3 cases $1,047.50. A

Reading"Read at the Starke Libraryor About 30 countries are rep- I fourth case was turned overj

at the bookmobile at any resented on the stickers and j to the county.
'Round the World," PUR I N A C HOW S
Sale of tax paid whiskey ina
of its stops. Registration has 500 additional books have Florida Pest Control offers r' "
theme about travel in foreign 4 you
a .. ). already begun for the program been-borrowed from the state dry county- cases $1,400.
countries., will.be the top which begins June 7 ,library to supplement the ma- : A fifth case was turned over World's most complete line of Poultry,
ic for the children's summer and ends August 14. terial already in the child- : to the county authorities.

reading program in Bradford Upon enrollment each child ren's room in the local library Livestock and Specialty Feeds.'r. .

County Mrs Bess Burns head will be assigned a cardboard i TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
-- We can offer you 120 different formula feeds,ranging from Purina PouItry
i. ; ',' THANK. YOU" AS BIG AS and Livestock Chows to Special''Chows for such birds and animals as

1-- J_ THE BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH I, WE FEEL FOR ALL YOUR ,mss game birds, mink,, rabbits, farm pond fish, goats, i pigeoatand dogs,: '4,..
', ..: ESTABLISHED.) 1878,
: i j r, Every Purina Chow is backed by] nearly seventy years 'of continuing'

I liI x Florida's oldest weekly ARE IN DEEPLY T05TS BEHALF GRATEFUL.WE; 4."# research,feed manufacturing experience 1 and constant'qualitjr:wnt>01..No

\i: Newspaper Published Continuously ", THE SLADES AND r.g r Purina Chow carries the Checkerboard trademark until it.)haafi It'

,,, p Under The Same 1 SAWYERS1OTICE proved its value at the; Purina Farms''Then;from the time the ingredient

-4* t' Masthead '-. _'' V' V eome'' 1to the mill until they are pry and manufactured. Into pal
f ,
T N V__ V Chows, careful quality checks are made to assure you of getting ccsnst*
.- A S S 0 E. I,. MATTHEWSEditor I Impounded by the Bradford' __ "' /
I i Ceuntr Sheriff Department28 .. = sully superior feeding results with your poultry or livestock.
E head unmarked mixed hogs; t I
= and Owner i Gaskins.sows, pigs 5 and Miles males West.at of Darby Law. = ; Remember, you cans depend on the Checkerboard:\;for quality and sertce. ( I7

'= SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,I tey, S 4 mile off what is. known
Xonnan Road. FLORIDA CO.
.l 4. I INTRAJE AREA' :;OUTSIOe'TRAOC.: AREA : tar the Buddy .
:Owner may claim by identify.zng
+ ONE YEAR 3.00 one YEAR a..80 .
all costs.
and pay-in
C 539 E. Call St. Phone 964-3965 Starke Fla.
; ....... tilt MONTHS LAS SIX- MONTHS Z.OO Jf ntit claimed' will be held to ,
*" .
._ THREE MONTH 1.00 THRU MONTHS I.18 the highest bidder on 1st Monday #

e...,-..,'. .,:..._. _..... tt Published.tU,-._rod Each Otfica Thursday lit Slirke and, FU.Entered uadi a*Act Second of Maxell Class 3,1878 Matter, _:'_-.-. _.' _-.',__"... "'*.'t-n.:; in' P.'.July.-M D.. -which REDDISH--. .. -.is. July- Sheriff 2nd.. ,. Z.V I :'rl.!" .".."... IJ'..". ...... ..",1'} JA Ji' .

> ," V P. -
'J- .VV ,, ,V .' 'V "' .
:' """" ;!' VV ,'.

: .

ate' "

I..L ,
!: A


, i X 1

"" .

? 4 of this notice, the fictitious Fla sole owners J
Rain/ Breaks \ much better shape following GRADUAV GIFTS. Also esMlle, Florida, and file the or- name of Faustina's Florist Dated this 19f6\ 'I *y of Slav
Uiree clays of showers." The Hallmark duation iginal in the office of the Clerk Shop. Route 1. Brooker Fla D I.V.: :?! HI' Markv Bradford
of the Circuit Court at PtarKt', L '
C Lester! arid Faustina i.'tiuntKl iolda
SEarke E Market has been movi at BULUN'Hp\'S., Florida on or before the ISt. '1 1. Lestei Route I Brooker 1y; i'+ 4t 5 aii
Long Drought .J.Ji\i ing mostly cucumbers and ({ :. day of June, 196!. Otherwise", -
I r 1. the allegations of said dm. ,
i 1 1 -
some butter beans. Exact %
Yr 3 ;* tar iirrin Court .of FlorIda paint will be taken as confessed -
Showers which commenced ures for the month of May Clghth: Judicial ('ir'ui., In by vo"HATED

i Monday and backed up by a will be available next week: n s r aut Cheaee for' Bradford. County, in : this 13; day of Ma1S62 > :

two inch fall on Wednesday last year .at this time cucum- r'J: Gr ,.. Krtivr rs.Selen Cornell'. CHAttLE A. DVKP.Y i --.c--I

has broken the back of Brad- brs:? were not being marketed rr -vs-, rialntiff I L'radford Clerk of County(''rtiiit Florida Court 1 .

lorj i County's drought. Area here. C I r fosepli .lnthonr J Outict-llo! Ry: MAKIAM[ U'CJIOSRYDepjty .
farmers and home owners Cucumber prices so far this .. x ,rn I a. 3r Defei.dantNOTICK Clerk _
were TO U'I'KAR | ('h.t'n.rno\\'. Duncan & i
delighted.At I i season have bgert fair accord- .
I Johnston
Brooker Wednesday'sfall ing to Mr. Walrtwright.I : CELLO K..nnewQ''Il Hotel, Klizabethtonn .Mtorne\s for Plaintiff
by mid-afternoon had 1 Lawns: and shrubbery which Penn! yh-allla. ?:!6 South Nfiin Street :
been estimated at two ; -
over -
had suffered greatly during that a suit for Divorce ;)-17 H 6-7NOTICR
Inches., No rain measuring the May drought .were begin- Tour Choir Booked At First BaptistThe has been filed against you by
equipment is available there Ding to show!* view; life z and
i Plaintiff m the Circuit Courtof FWTITIOl'SJIE
but, conservative estimates i bringing new hope to their Tour Choir of the elude selections by Bach and Mr. Brasher is a graduateof Florida, Eighth Judicial Circuit Notue is hereby given that

placed< it at the two inch mark j I owners. First Baptist Church, Hunts- ether noted composers of religious Stetson University, wherehe in and for Bradford County -, the undersigned! under the
with later ville, Ala. will present a con- earned a Bachelor of Music in Chancery, and you are provisions of chapter 20,933, MARY CARTER PAINT CO.
still falling .
more music. I hereby required to serve a copy T iws of Florida Acts of 1941
that afternoon. cert of sacred music in the degree. He later receivedthe of your answer or other pleading : will register with the Clerk of

'The early week rains were I I Speeders Warned First Baptist; Church of Starkeat The present tour consists of Master of Sacred Music tiff'sttornt': to the Complaint. E. eOnXnTOXJOHXSTOX. on Plain- Bradford the (Circuit County Court Florida In and, upon for

me* with a great anticipation ITo Slow Down 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, June 11 concerts in Alabama, Degree from the New Orleans P. O Box 26, Galn- receipt of proof of publication STARKE 321 North

I by Brooker area growerS who 5. The 42-voice group is under Georgia, and Florida. The/iI Baptist Theological Seminary. -, f nt'rn'S will dis-

have been suffering with lag-I I I [Continued From Page One] the direction of Eugene, choir's appearances have included Members and friends of the I

gard crops. I I Brasher, Minister of Music, concerts for the Ala- First Baptist Church are cor- I PALATKA 900 Lemon

I and reckless driving is not I and is accompanied by Mrs. bama State Music Conference, dially invited to attend the
The pepper run which began -
stopped some innocent child John E. Reid, pianist. I anj the Alabama State Youth concert. A free will offeringwill LOCATIONS---
at the Farmers Marketin i
i lis going to be hurt, or even,: The program here will in- Convention. be taken.Showers. I
Brooker on Wednesday has f
i. killed." the chief said. .
taken on a brighter hue now _
i "We would like for this to 1 ACRYLIC
that rain has arrived. Figureson Halt
iSilmmerProgramHomemaking ; :
: : : 18
serve as a warning to those
htla t I
cucumbers and butter 1 'i ,f ROL-LATEX
; persons who have been doing i Forest Fire DangerGeneral
beans which have been going
this to stop," Rosser added. Washable on exterior mason.
through the market will not
be available until the month The Chief also said his department rains throughout r xil ,_ ry, interior Molts< end ceilings

I end.count has been made, ac- has been instructedto To Music tI Bradford County seemingly FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER Il p ptlb 4; No paint odor, quick drying( ,

start giving tickets for cars have halted'the danger of ,
cording, to M. O. Harrell,
t bperating without mufflers forest fires at least temporarily -
i market manager.: Figures fo Summer activities in everything 98
( rand :
making excessive $22T. $6
noise. RttATEXruewar
the month of May will bet I from music to home- :i [ GAL

I light, he, predicted because ofI 'I I TilE RIGHT POINT for the: making will get under way ,! OnI ythree fires were reported $$1.00 e&Lld

\ the.drought.At way you write. Ceme in and: for Bradford County school ., for the week ending
the Starke Market, Man select your favorite ESTER-I students on Monday June 11. last Monday and two of these
I -
ironically were caused by
Designed to "en-
ager Wainwright reported BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH provide .
J that the area "was now in. | rschment; activities" beyond I ., : lightning. Five fires were reported and "FIXINGS"Lawtey
the previous week. .
,j i the regular school schedule % ,
: ,
; the summer program will include r The May drought had doub
r ; ., led last year in fires reported

Uacwona Arts and crafts, woodworking 1 to date with three tunes as AW.
; __ __ Strawberry Wharf 50 FOOT
leathercraft, etc, daily many acres being burned dur-

) I from 1 to 4 p.m. under di- Big! 'Potatoes ing the same period. Some Icw GARDEN

rection of Ted Oglesby. 1,156 acres have been lost

I i Cflr/WI'( Challel' Instrumental music lessons Grown In HamptonClyde through 146 fires so far this SAT., JUNE 2 5:30 ON

daily by Band Director Elden j r

Mathews for beginning and Starr, 6-year-old son year.Most of the rain reported Qflc

advanced students. of Roy Starr of Hampton, is by three observation towers in ,: SPONSORED. BYLawteyRecreation IHOE

Science enrichment from 1I'to pictured above with some ., the county fell Sunday and
NOW that we'ie finally opened our doors;, officially "man-size" vegetables.
: I grown
4 p.m. daily in the BHS Monday. Rains on Wednes-
'1{. we'd like to thank all of you good people i science department under direction -i I in the garden at their home, I i I day, which moved i into the Board '* 5 Year J

for mxkiiig our Opening the tremendous success I of Richard Jockel. The group includes a potato county from the east, were ____

that It "11'i. We sincerely hope to give you items s I Summer Homemaking program weighing one and three- i,I reported reaching the SantaFe .J, ,,>. ..

ckr you'ie ben looking for at prices you want to |t under direction of Mrs. fourth pounds a four-pound Tower near Hampton, : .. .'

pay. So stop hi an J'time and browse arotind.r | L. H. Gibson, June 11 through onion, and a 10-foot stalk of ,'! while New River and. Louis --
corn. "Chicken fertilizer and :; t.w ,a +i CF"K": w", ?FR"ats+SA9' ,??,,99s7
August 3. 0 r g anizational i Hill reported impending showers. -

meeting at 9 a.m. June 11 in t plenty of water" is given cre- : .

Home Economics Department i i vegetable'i
FATHER'S DAY June 17th, Rainfall through Monday!
: "suggests. among l
of BHS. !
I New River . .80
W oilier things ilibachfe for outdoor
cooking attjso :::
$ '. tieRacks : Swimming program starts Louis Hill . .70 Guarantee'Y"
1; '
18 ;
July and continues
1- through Sante Fe . .40
I at $1.25, an i August 3 l except week of July i I Forestry Service observers
attractive wooden holiday], Students r
,,4th eligible I : found this week's showers
$I paper' weight which "' :d- ,, to enroll must have completed i
V D :: f I ., worth thousands! of dollars in ..
to show i grace one.
opens picture I !. further fire prevention. ,, ST- .
Varied sports and t -'
of his wonder:: ; I ; ;
I will be offered in conjunction y nt'i
II fill Little Tax Exemption MAYOR'S COURT
I i with the city and county re- *,**t Your Coice.
ai i
I $2.00. .. I! creation program under direction i *
(Jim Racks at $7.50, Ori lnalrOU Paintings for Eleven cases were disposed .
-of BUddY Elliott. : "
his\'office! I i Students i i of. .Mayor* Eandal.T hUtyIn'Mayor's : .,...... :: .;: ) ..;... '
home from i <
or $12.00. I j iI 'may'TegisteY-'with' MiHi ; -' l .. ,is.a". % ..i'r ''; : I '
Courf a .i : : "
Monday in i.:
I : .
1 i 1 I I Elliott at recreation Pratt Street office.Playground a routine session. li i_ '.. :: : "'., ...".'" :...::' ; : .. iJ' 'a' '.,,.).."!....;.'.!._.;. "'. ', ,ji4. ; '

Stanley Hatcher, Negro, ,; : "
: :
LOVELY BRIDES: mean lowly gifts. Sec our Educational enrichment for r3) A:3 '+ n r :: :
: public intoxication sentencedto
benatlfui[ automatic Glass Food warmer that elementary students will be I i 4 7 t 'p IiY .
five days in jail. t0
offered in two school centers:
t serves you right for \ .i
I James Melvin Loyd, Negro
Brocker School
Elementary l r.
every occasion at public intoxication, put on
[for Brooker, New River, Gra- John
$12.50. Hand caned Wayne probation for 30 days.
ham, and Hampton]; and :
> r mahogany snack Starke Elementary School for At Florida Theatre James kelvin Loyd, Negro,

<. ? dishes of : disorderly conduct by use of
t many I all other county areas. I John Wayne, who co-stars
{ profane and indecent language -
t uses in sizes and who will i 'i
1 ,:.; many i Boys girls be with Jimmy Stewart for the
0 : sentenced to fine of
; ; and forms. An as + enrolled in grades 10, 11, and i! first time in "The Man Who j I a
\ l I 27.50 or five days in jail.
\ \a.. sortment of lovely 12 for the 1962-63 term may '1: Shot Liberty Valance," opening -, James Melvin Loyd, Negro,
i earn one-half non-academic! at the Florida.
vases and compotes. I Sunday disorderly conduct by fight- ,
Wonderful shower gifts from 125.; I high school credit or one full Ii ing, not guilty. \
credit .for assisting any of 4 b
County Singing Edward Elvis dis- f4a c::>
I the summer teachers for 90''i ii" I IR

I hours or 180 hours respectively. Convention To Be turbing the peace by excessive F"LD R I fJA

THE KIDD1K SHELF holds books, stuffed animals Ii I noise of mufflers, charge

ears, dolls, card games and novelties !' More complete information At Lawtey Sunday I placed after second offense, ?.

all chosen by children, for 'I, on any phase of the summer I forfeited bond of $27.50. sr

I children. So boys and girls, 1 program may.be obtained by The Bradford-Union County -.', William, Virgil Cartertreck- ,. ,
.f} Singing Convention'will. : less driving by excessive speed, .:......,.... ''.
if : L. II. Gibson : -
contacting ,
.. you haven't a birthday co- :, .of!
assist t l for : .
!1 ; Evergreen I Baptist placed on 60 ''
coming Mton and I I
up you see
4:7: I, (ChWch; northwest of .Lawtey. days. 'j p I I, 1.
anything you like, tell jourGrandmother. 5 I Ii i to Celebrate its annual:homecoming I. Samuel Adio Brown, disorderly

.' METHODIST CHURCH on Sunday. June 3. ',conduct; pl 'ted od prcf-'=
'. I '
I D:$ i .
r Schedule: for week of June There will be a sermon' 'in button for 90 days.* -. i j

3 the Herbert Lawrence Banks, .
: morning, followed by din- :
TO Till! PEOPLE 1ming Bridge rl.rticse ,'and I running red light forfeited
say : Sunday Church School, ner gospel singing in the

jou won't: hate to drive out. of town any longer. ,,9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, afternoon.All bond of 1250. j I 11ffic I 5UNSHINE STATE 82
Levy James Williams, Negro, =:> C=:1
We'xe taken jour 11 a. m Snack Supper foryouth former members and =- ---..-- .
.P disorderly conduct by-
many suggestions; and 6:30: p. m. Youth Meet- other interested persons are fight I
ing, forfeited bond of $27.50.
are Flocking bridge ings, 7 p. m. Evening Worship muted to attend.Hay i
George Robert Dillmger,
prizes from $t.01) as : 8 p. m. I
reckless driving by improper
well as place card) i:1 Monday Circle 2 meets,. Ride I passing. SUes Le.e" Negro di3.. i i
with Mrs J. J. Kouba" 3 p.m. *
: conduct
tallies and napkins. t orderly case dismissed -
i Circle 6 meets with Mrs.. Bertha + There will be a hay ride at when plantiff failed to

Pearce 3 p.m. Official : the farm of Paul Meng on iEW'ELL
I appear. OF GASOLiNttdard
i GR.\DlIAZ.s. Board' meeting 7:30 p.m. |1 Saturday, June 2, sponsored 1
I i
+ FOR TIlE Flash Camera O.ut- Tuesday Circle 1 meets by the high school Catechism LAWSONTHANKS
I k J. ..., .J
fits, Desk Arcessorlo, Matching Straw Hat end ., Home of Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Class of St. Edward's Church : VOTERS I Floridians have the best reason-. for making '.L4lJ.- gasolines ,their. -J '- .

10 a. m. Circle 4 meets with; Those needing transportation I I. fuels. It is Standards iop performance in all i great ,
Handbag Sets, Jewelry, an I I wish to thank each of you favorite motor .
Fred are asked to contact Mrs. ,. '
Mrs. Snell. 10 a.m., with 1 _. -
S Standard gasolines! :
travel who supported me in the conii ,- ,
unusual line of satin Mrs. M. C. Wells as cohostess. -j t l-Jewell Fogg.-" it i mission race. ";"' t !' ECONOMYCROWN is i new, 1 lower-priced gasoline
.'r .cases and jewelry rases and R Circle 5 meets with Mrs. ; and parents, 7:30: pm. Your friend. the many cars on the road that cannot tale advantage of extra antiknock :: -

I : even miniature fraihe for Henry Godwin; 10'ajn. Saturday -"--- Cub Scouts I ..: EWELL&AWSON 1 qo. i1y. Supplies all the ofocr- inch cars can; use,at a saving.

." that special picture[ ; .GuYS : Wednesday Circle 3 met : meet at church at 1 p. m. for cord .' 1 IMPROVED CROWN GASOLINE. Users of regular grifc gasoline! .
iN'. at the home of Mrs. E. F. j transportation to va1in Improved Crown GasohnVow atan
( picnic at celpt: of proof of pubiicatiiu qf wilt[ fad i new gasoline .
w that .t bpcciai' : picture whfcfijou'll GALS ', Mayion Jr. last Wednesday. I| Gold Head Branch State .this f' notice the fk-tiiious ,name I' alHime high in quahty. Moyes your cat up ia perforate* tIilli '
i treasure.WHATEVER Thereil1' be'no June meet- i Park. All families of Cub t-I SERVICE o under which t pin 'f 4 holding driving costs down. \ .,

I, ing. Prayer Meeting and Bible i j Scouts are invited._i engaged in business at @:6 i IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA: The popabr premium Ps tine ,
t Tallerrand Arc.! Jacksonville. ,
,Study, 7:30 pun. I anfi-fcndclc tor those
\OTICK KU. flow af an all-time high i in quality-designed
." 1 Thursday Commission ; ItEGI&TER u n \rimani8, p o. BOX the finest in performance t hirac&IIst.cL : K. G. DUNCAN AGENT
FICTITIOUS Ui:: Jacksonville, Florida, requiring ,
the occasion, we hope we have on, Missions will meet at the ..UI : ; sole I .
\I owner
something to /It,it. Your_ suggestions. are appre- church, 7:30: pjn. Cancel Choir : iotit'P is hereby!under given the thttthe Dated this Sth day of" MaVA STAKKE flA.t .

c. 'rlateci, at, The Vagabond Corner, located in Bradford I| rehearsal. 7:30: Urn. vistoa undersigned of Chapter !ttl! 53. .La pro-v s J County.I>. 19(2 FlorMa at Starke: --- .Bradford- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) ,
"of FIl'lda.ods of 1841 will .
I' .BuUding Supply.. FrtdaySenior Departmentof 5;34t 6I21pd.: _. . __ ; -,
,., retbtPrt't{ the Clerk of the .f. __ __.
.. MYP rparty for members ._ .. ,. ._ ;
.... _. ... r ;-- ... Circuit Court in-and."-'.._ ur-Bra4--.AI t \ 0 -

-- - .. .. -------i i----[; .. :- .- -- -- -.--'+.-. -:-:. -- -.. - .. ,, n_ ---.-. -. -. .- ---". .>_ .i! ___g-' ':" _-._ = -- -.'---...- ;.- --- --- -.. '. : .. --'-- "' '
--- _
-' -
rt i .v-- : I f.\- -

I ; ; ,
fci. youAnts Fleas, RoachesTicks, GI nines- Moths, Spiders i .I'very N .: 94.395

v*, *' _- '{: 7 unsanitary and disease carrying insects, should be destroyed '

t ; h st r s_ "immediately" for the_protection! i of your family and proper- .,,;,; ;
539 E.CALL'
,;+ eF.. : ty. Call Florida Pest C"tntr01t t Chemical Company without ,,,,,, .. -

y 1 k. t .1l, r x ,..; _- delay. Place your pest control l problems in -.the hands:"of a ..1111.. of (j -'-. ,

i graduate ntC'mc looit. f ,
.. .
_. .__-V } -
-- tr
asfm! r=*

,._ _. . _- 60,0# -I-_ _- _., '." ..L.-_,_ '. -_.- .-,- _.. _- _. ..r'i._ ..- ...._ .- ,....c. -- _"_" '- ._-c.--.__. --- ..--- -,... : '< ':. __ '_" -' ..

.:_ .__ ., .. ._ __. _. _ .. _._ .m .... n' '' _ _' _. :ii- ._ .._- ... -,.._. .- _.. .. .__ _. -.-_ _- -. .. -. -- -'.- -i-----_]-;. -..-.-_-_ _-_-__.-.-, ._._. -_.- _-___._..- .-_-.___- _- __- -- ".:---- -:"-


t ;, ( ,

r- .
4 -
n- :-
-- -

( I-

e. -

owned it had to $16,500. ting practice. ule will be played the same _
and papers Little Boy'sDiamond Slow-Pitch League Mixed Bowling
fair Group
Addison Sanity prove it.When. Era Edwards Wasdin, Next week teanis will be divided as in the Little Bys Baseball

f Sells Parmenter attempted Starke. admir0 ratrbc of the League Idle This WeekThe League Sets I up and a league sched- program. _

.. Bonds to inspect the trunk of estate of Rile mith Wasdin, ,"Opens Season Friday MeetA I

., Is Legal Problem the car Addison disarmed him deceased to "
ont1n'\ictProm' Page Onel i at gunpoint the patrolman Wasdin.and LuTda' Faye' Was- The openinr of the Jaycee ball League is idle this week meeting of the Starke:! Health Facts
since the first half has just
't fate i I was handcuffed to a tree cin Starke an undivided one- Little Boys Baseball League Mixed Bowling League will By.Dr. H. G. Bollinger
'I will provide another > and the sped off in their half interest to each in property been completed and the second at 7:30
n Continued From Page One men got underway last Saturday take place Friday night :
$5.000 making a total of -I' half schedule is being "sick headache" has its
Migraine or
car the officer said. totaling 22000. afternoon with Starke Build at the Bowlero at Gainesville. ; -'
: 450,000 available for fair charges for which the defen- Parmenter vslated how he t T. C. Hazen Jr. and S. ers Supply beating last year's drawn up.Garden All teams should original In the nervous system and countless .
Buildings, Thomas said. dants have been indicted but managed to escape from the I Goodman to Jones-Langford I champion Johns Oil Comp- Restaurant won the i be present in order to get I':. t thousands suffer untold agony with

4--'At a meeting in the courthouse not arraigned- assault" with tree and chased the fugitivesat .White Post 56. The American' any 2-1 in a tight pitching first half with a 12-0 record I sanction and bowl their handi- I this condition.

Monday night the following intent to murder ,and resist- speeds up to 115 miles an Legion. Department of Florida dual between Larry Mercer and Williams Jewelry finished caps plus practicing.The I ''' Research shows that nerve pressure Is

area chairmen were I. .ing arrest. Addison and Pay: hour west on U.s. 90 to Yel- parcel of land, $8,000. and Bill Adams. Mercer allowed second with an 8-4 record. I to be found some where along the spinal
will the
named to handle the, sale of las were arraigned only on low Water Road. Kathryn U. 'Leaman and two hits for the Builders Stallings Truck Stop was season open; I.I '\ '
in of the the murder charge. left r with 6 wins and 6 los- following Friday night. nerves and while drugs may deaden the

!i _fcbunty. : Dolph Reddish. Bill Judge A. W. Graessle over the highway: there Parmenter to T. H. Slade and J. three.In ses while Brooker finished Any other interested people [ pain temporarily the condition will never

1 .H&as,. Curtis Marlowe and S. ruled Douglas' ,objections and said, raced down Yellow C. Sawyer both of Starke the second game Florida fourth with a 3-3) record and I are invited to attend this I be corrected until the nerve pressure is

2-Ei; Sparks, Starke; Z. W. admitted the Parmenter test- Water some distance crashed 10.3 acres of land 7000. Pest Control showed strengthby I Natural Gas was last with a i meeting. 11 i Dr. Bollinger located and removed by the Doctor of Chiropractle .

;Hamilton. Brooker; and B. E. imony as evidence. through a fence into a pasture Hal A. Maison to Alexan- beating Community State I who is skilled In correcting these

aa ddtsh.- Lawtey. Parmenter cold how he was and disappeared on der G. McArthur, Fernandina Bank 5-2. Both teams scoredall 111.The I Small Fry Baseball I, eondit1on.'I .

Thomas also pointed out patrolling along Hal sema foot into the woods. Meanwhile Beach residence In Indian of their runs in the first five" teams. plus Pine Practice Chiropractic Is not limited Migraine alone for many
I Players
.' jwal.. .. :.purchasers can buy their Road which bisects US. 90 Parmenter had notified Beach Subdivision $20,000.T. inning. Level and the CommunityState I 'I other ailments such as backache, constipation, arthritis

ifeqnds; by paying down only near Whitehouse. when he Road Patrol headquarters by L. McDonald as execu-! Before the game Council- Bank will open play in! Fifty boys 7-9 years old asfhma apoplexy rheumatism and sinusitis can often be
fresh tire tracks on a radio and several cars were trix of the estate of Ola Mae the
33)) per cent and financing saw man Carl Hurst threw I
the second half Monday nfeht. showed up at the first Small traced to nerve pressure as the most common cause.
1 small dirt road leading into sent to aid him. Perkins deceased to C. Mayor
tne balance through either H.I first ball to catcher
I :.1$ Fry Baseball practice Monday 426 N.
I The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic is located at
.to'ca}'bank with small month- j the woods. He followed the Trooper Gasque was one of Nacworthy, Starke residence Randal: Chitty. Both games afternoon at the Pratt Street
-! "vypayments.. The bonds pay : road about 100 yards and saw those joining in the hunt aided $16,500. I, were announced- over the radio I I, Playground. I' Walnut St. in Starke. Phone for an appointment today.

4t per cnt"" interest. which The boys were coached in I
i! one man in the car and one at a State Prison road Denmark Jacksonville resi- Insurance! cases accepted. 2t 6 7

, JJjj. most cases offsets the cost; outside. camp near Callahan who dence in Cypress Beach Subdivision Midget Race .Track : throwing and catching the I
ball and then took bat-
of financing. Thomas said. I Parmenter said the man was in charge of handling 8500. Question some I

1! W. Melrose. Considered By -- -- ----
l ;'".'A "status\ report" meeting j outside whom he identified bloodhounds.Duke Gus O'Quinn I -
testified that an houror i to Cleve Smith Ware County .
I Pavlas supplied a driver' | Post
ton the bond sale will be held i as Legion .
1! license as identification while so later. he and Gasque I Georgia. lot in Santa Fei

Monday night at' 8 o'clock in the other man [Addison] jum- were following the dog deepin i i I Shores $1,000.XCorp. I Post 56 American Legion is':' :

the... courtroom.: ped out of the car said he the woods when the blood-| ., a Clay County considering the construction :

...... ,.,. _._ I (
------ hound located two men in a : corporation to Hy W. KU- I of a midget car racetrack behind I I

clump of palmettos. He heard 1: man & Associates a Florida the Legion hall if there I !,

1ANYTHANKS. Gasque demand "Come" out \j corporation, parcel of land-, is enough interest. among : 40 Words or less, one time unnn ..95lemoriaJs.: Resolutions _______ :5r per word
or I'll kill you both and seconds $10,000. :
later. Duke said there J. C. Sawyer Starke to youngsters.Pee Wee Dampier was nam- i i If not paid in advance ----____________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to 50 words _____ 2.50

Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words ______.._...__......__ 50 word
was a gunshot and he saw Stanley S. Noegel Starke, residence ed chairman of a committee : I ---------------- per
I : to the voters of .Bradford Each additionalord over 20 05 _
.. Gasque lying on the ground. 19000. to investigate the possibilities' --------- Di'PbYad' In Classified ---per Inch

Duke testified that he leap- and see if there is enough Interest I
; County for their support ed forward and parted the ahead IA1 k -- _
to warrant going : .
BHS AthletesAre Vfi ';)tujs-a D room nouse I TAKING REGISTRATIONSfor
T palmetto fronds. One of the with the project. Tentative, and va acre in Law y. L. G. I 1962-63 Kindergartennow.

p in Tuesday's election. I men identified as Addison, plans are for a clay track, Teston. Rt. 1. Box 83-A. Law-I READYGASH $15 monthly tickets

pointed the rifle in his face RecognizedContinued topped with asphalt. tey. 6to_5-31 u ;,I Phone 964-9374. Mana Priest.

I appreciate your confidencein and "I ducked and ran," All young people interestedin How Long Can J. G. DAVIDSON of Starke. I I _4tchg 6-14

I Duke testified. [ From Page One] such a project are asked to and Please come to the Telegraph ; WANTED-ONE cook and one
get two FREE tickets to
waitress. Apply in Lit-
me and will strive not to I Addison ana Pavlas vsiuded wood. Walters. notify Mr. Dampier by drop- i You the movie "Summer and I tles Cafe in Reno.person. Up
I the posse between Baldwinand ping a card to American Legion Smoke" claying at the Florida -
Maxville and continued Hal Lawson was presentedwith Post 56, Box 88, Starke. I I starting Wednesday. ,Vhich you do not need to PIANO TUNING & Repair-
let down. ins. Work guaranteed. I No
., you a coveted A. M. Blanket
through the woods into Brad- I back. charge to churches other than
.'l S, given each year to trackmen FOR RENT Adults only. 1 I ay
","; ford County where they stole who run two miles before Four To Enter AFFORDTO First class first floor apart- the cpst of needed parts]. 417
.. food from a restaurant on U. ment. Two bedrooms. Private !- NOW East Brownlee St. Starke.
S. 301 north of Starke. They school each morning. Silcox Golf TourneyStarke entrance. TV-aerial, _2tn67ONE
I \; tied with Lawson for A.M. convenient location. No pets. USED Monarl record
THANKS AGAIN later escaped the area in a PAY RENT? AVAILABLE
.. pick-up truck stolen from the honors this year but since he will have four en- 128 N. Church St. 2tp 6-7 changer like new for only

f t Ira Wilson home south of I had previously received a tries in the 16th National Pee.,i TAKE UP PAYMENTS on a onvert your WHITE ELEPHANTS month$39.95. $5.00 at Dahmers down. $5.00 Discount per

Starke. and were finally cap- 'blanket he was given a "ser- Wee Golf Championships slat- I FOR AS LITTLE AS beautiful 23" Motorola wal- House. Itchg
vice stripe" for his blanket nut low boy TV at Dahmers I -any old discard- _
at Daw- ed for June 12-13 in Orlando.
I tured by city police APARTMENTSlights
jGeorge W. Roberts Discount House Itchg ,
had rob- and Lawson received: the The contestants will < son Ga., after they young I < I and water furnished.
Albany.I I. award._n Richard Hobbs 15 Harold $40 to $$90 Tnauire Bu1lin ton Studio or
bed a drug store at be ; OCALA NATIONAL tools, etc., which you no
"';. Three Seniors who letteredin .. 711 cat Mo/ticnn S*;. TfPhZ
to 15
4' The trial is expected Bishop ; FOREST
I. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) three I longer use into READY -
: varsity sports were
continue at least through the : 14; and David Silcox 12. CAMPSITES HASTINGS MATTRESS\
If recognized and will have their I own CASH with classified ad.
You can own your 80 a
rest of this week. TheOrlando tournament is x 100 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
.... .,.. names 1 Inscribed on the Jim- .
one of the nation's largest junior Home $198 Cash or
PHONE 710 Lemon St. Palatka
my Malone Memorial Trophy. -
Land Sales golf events and has attracted $20 Down: $9 mo. I
They are: Gary Kouba, Ar- Our carefully planned Access to Furniture Repaired,
Appliance Radio Television more than 200 con- Launching
-- 964-3101
thur Holliday. and Bill Jack- I Upholstered & Refinished
.... testants from' 17 states since home modern in all Ramp on Oklawaha River.
Total $283,050Continued son. All three won letters in MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

:I From Page One football basketball and base-I I it was started. respects including the ANGUS 140, Fort HASTINGSBox McCoy, Fla. j Innerspringsand

SERVICE AT ITS BEST ( payments. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house Box: SpringsDrop
L. Beam, residence. $4,000.L. who won letters in Junior Boys SEPTIC TANK c'eanIngand with all modern conveniences.See Us A Card or Call
C. Hilliard to Weltha three junior varsity sports I I Practice Today With No Obligations feed line service. Joe Forsythe William Silcox. 1 mi. east !
of Starke on Hiway 16.2tp531. PALATKA EA 5-9165
P. O. Box 184
Lake Butler
Trained.Experts In Each Dept. Hilliard. Lawtey residence were also recognized: Joe Let us show you how it Fla. STARKE 964-5934
Phone HY
Brown, Mike Prick Jeff Warren I The first Junior Boys Baseball ,
6500. to Gene Pass Mike Maruca is done Just as we'vedone _ _ _-4tp 5-31.. YOUR OLD WATCH will MRS. PEGGY SlIMiER
W. Roberts Jr. practice will be at 3:30:

FOR QUICK J Gay's Jewel George T. Roberts Lawtey, and Harold Bishop. II II Thursday afternoon at the it for so many for FURNISHED rent. : 2 rooms APARTMENT and bath. ''I make beautiful the down new payment Bulova on at a I Starke, Agent-

DEPENDABLESERVICE residence. $11,000. I University of Florida Coach High School Baseball Field. Others! lights and water furnished. Dahmers Discount DUE TO EXPANSION we

Dixie Acceptance Corpora : Jack Green spoke preceding I I All boys 13-15 are eligible I $45 per month. 514 S. .Ep- I Hpuse.tfchg I have opening in this area for

s tion to Robert A. Carlton, the banquet and urged the tQ play in the program which oerson St. Inquire in rear FOR SALE Georgia Red ambitious man. [25 to 55],
b nome PHONE TODAY of house. Y. L. Kirchaine. I or lady [140 to 601-] Character
cALL five acres of land $3,000. athletes not to neglect their will start scheduled games in I Sweet potato plants. Now .
tfchg I refereoces necessary. Car re-
widow classroom work while going about two weeks. I ready. $3 per 1.003.) you pull
Blanche B. Peterson, a quired. For interview in your
964-7511 I I Kanawha West Virginia I''i out for sports. He pointed out 9648641"Better 17" ADMIRAL slim line portable Gaskins.them or Rt.$4 2.pulled.Box 93.J.tfchg W. I area, write Watkins. 659 West

Appliances to W. B. McKinney Starke, j the University has raised its I. TV like new save $69.95 I Peachtree St. N.E. Atlanta 8.

I residence $7,600. requirements to admit only spot here by David Hurse.At Built Homes" at Dahmers Discount House. FOR RENT Unfurnished I Georgia. ______4tchg_ 6-21

Franklin D. Bennett Law- high school graduates who the conclusion of the Itch i house. Also furnished and I FOR RENT3 bedroom Unfurnished -
'\' AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR unfurnished apartments. Desirable
home. 618 West
i ii i
Law score 300 on senior placementtests i program the following new MORTGAGES
tey, to D. W. Starling I location. Reasonable'
I II' Madison Ave. ltp
instead of the 200 mark : Quarterback Club officerswere i Mortgages available to build i 1- -------.----- -
Maytag.. Frigidaire Zenith tey 10 acres of land 4000. LA RUECORPORATION homes summer rent. W. H. Nollman. ; FOR SALEHouse and 34
I' new or remodeling. 510 N Cherry
Ovid Denmark to ClaytonE. formerly required. 'T his! installed for the 1962- 100% Loans st. tfchg; acres of land. 3 miles North

GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00' AND UP Latture Starke. residence means that only 40 per cent I 63 sports year: Curtis Lee LA RUE CORPORATION : WHILE THEY LAST- 50 ft. I I of Starke US 301. across from

_.__n U in Indian Beach Strbdivisioniiiiiii of our high school graduateswill president; Lawrence Dugger I 400 W. Madison-Phone r rI Gard n Hose, 5 year Guarantee. -I Stuckeys across railroad to

: : : be eligible to enter the vice president; Grace Mc- I 964-8641. only 99c. Mary Carter ,: right. Edgar Burr!! Rt. 2.

I University of Florida," Green; Comb secretary; and Jack 400 W. Madison I tfchg I Paints. 321 N. Temple. Starkeor _ ______2tp_5-31
I CAR LOAD : 900 Lemon. Palatka.3tchg. WE DON'TSell
I McComb treasurer. SALE We're I
FREEZER ,I said.Coach Charles Francis described loaded with a car load shipment I'' 6-7 ,:: ]) you we help you buy.

the baseball season ',- of freezers. Save $$$$$ HOUSE TRAILER for Rent I I Good selection of new and

CARLOAD as a "rebuilding year." But in in now Starke.at Western Auto Store i i! -Can be moved on your own ::.: used 8' and 10' wide Mobile -
itchs I
lot. Phone 9641651. B.
II J. :i Homes.
I spite of an 8 won 14 lost record White. Itp i
the team emerged as
I Heishts.! Purchase eQuity -, FOR SALE-Lake Front 'I TRAILER PARK
Ii runner-up in the Keystone and assume VA loan. Payments i; Lots. Santa Fe and Lake !
,1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.
the coach said !
Conference $56 mo. Or will rent.
I'' Two players were selected for' Contact Owner. phone 964-i Lockloosa.drews. phone Terms.964-6811.Guy tfchg An- I i on Route 100
TO WESTERN AUTO IN STARKE I 5842. tfcher tfchg
All Conference honors: Kenny i I I II COLONIAL FLORIST-- -- _

I Terrell and Bill Jackson. He GOOD USED FOR SALE1 ton G.M.C.
( DESK for sale
I I Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
I predicted a better season next ; -$15. See Mrs. W. A. Stern. I;' truck with cattle body. Low

year, with the loss of only': DINING ROOM SETSWith Phone 964-3531. Uchg \, Flowers ers for wired all occasions any place.locally.Flow- Brown.mileage Gilbert$400.00 Brown Contact Service Fate
NOW SAVE three players through gradu- THREE TRAILERS for sale Phone 964-6291.506 East Nota Station. Starke. ltp

ation. -one utility trailer with St. tfchg FOR RENT-2bedroom house

Coach Erwin Land whose 1 Buffet, Server, China Cabinet ton Dick-uo bodY. Two fishing gas stove. space heater and

cagers emerged at the short' boat trailers. Can be seen at I FOR SALE-Desirable residential hot water heater. 381 WeldonSt.

Holds 525 Lbs. WIZARD end of a 712 won-lost record -: 8 Piece Set 9 Piece Set I Inman Green. Rt. 2 Box 147. lots, close in. Terms. See Thomas E. Lewis, 1116
I also described the past I II ; Raiford Road 3tch? 6-141! Floyd Green phone 96929422t Pratt St. Phone 964-0354 Up

I season as a "rebuilding year. $9500 SggOO FOR SALE
I BOOK before buying any encylopedia. -
A FREEZER I He predicted that better days ,! Ready mix concrete, concrete I FOR SALE -4 bedroom home. M. A. Payne, your
are in store for the cagers block piers fence posts, sand 2 baths. large utility room. i
I local representative since 1951.
Holds 525 Lbs. of
S I with added height next year TWIN BEDS $98 cement,mortar mix rock steel. I separate dining room. ; Rrlx fif 3 Ph 964-37H4 tfphl
Favorite Foods! screened front porch. Lot 2 ---
: and the loss of only four play oyster shell, limerock and roof II I -
1111 S Free $200 Food Protection I acres. 1126 West Madison. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
*,. Plan! I ers by graduation. Beds, Mattresses, Chest & Vanity-Like New! gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg j Phone 964-1001. tfchg WANTED. Apply in person at
IIa& flex- Cheerleader Sponsor Kath- I Bradford Engineering Co. _. Garden Restaurant. tfchg
type IJd. Completely equipped erine May praised the girls . '$38SO I PEYTON FLORIST W. 1,. MOBLEY of Lawtey.
Basket-divider set! BEDS
for their untiring efforts : BUNK FOR RENT-Cottage over I' 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Please pick up your two FREE
S water Kingsley Lake. By week
Interior Light! Tamperproof -
tickets to "Summer a n dSmoke"
ONLY which started last August and PHONE 964-4155
month. Phone 863-2311.
1 Control or playing at the Florida -
$10.00 continued on through June Complete With Innerspring :MattressesRECONDITIONED tfchg NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022
Wonderwall design! I starting Wednesday. _
she said. Cheerleader Captain DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
DOWN i No exterior moisture 21" WESTINGHOUSE TV
Barbara Blankenship was,presented -I FOR RENT i bedroom We Wire Flowers Anywhere for
Console clays very good
".UlW."LT. 1962 $10.00 1 with a miniature gold house. unfurnished. 640 W. tfchg only $59.95 at Dahmers Discount -
I Better Fed! $ $ Ahead Gardner St. Guy Andrews. ___
MOdel Per Mo.\ megaphone and alternate I H!>\LSe. Itchg
with Wizard! Hurry to Phone 964-6811. tfchg
i FOR SALE Three bedroom
___ W.A for this Sale Buy! Henree Lou Dennis receiveda MACHINES house. Gas-furnace and air 20 ACRES. near town. Cement
silver megaphone. block home. price 7000. Good
conditioning. VA financing.
4WC1215 i used refrigerator? You can U.
Principal H. B. Ingram, II Attractive location in City. terms- STROUT REALTY.
I get a guaranteed refrigerator. II
301 South. Starke. Phone
Regular $221.95 who coached the new golf $18 to $35 19.95 up at Western Auto Call 964-1282 for information. 468-1766. Waldo. Itchi

team this year reviewed .the !. Store In Starke. 2tchg 6-7 tfchg. '
WANT HOME for pretty
good start made in this sport FOR RENT 3 room all W. A.
FOR RENT on Kingsley Lake white kittens. See Mrs.
". NOW by the 1962 team [all sophomores electric equipted apartment.To Stern. Phone 964-3531.
$19988 Blond China . I Two bedroom house July and
i ] who played in four .Cabinet $3850i August. Phone 533-2461. Phone single 969-1545.or Christian. couple.tfch ItchZ
matches the Itchg ,
during season. LOST- 3 gallon metal water

I Arthur Holliday Quarterback .- I FOR SALE container. Between Ice plant
FOR SALE-20 in. Win-

Save Now At These Carload Prices! i i master president of ceremonies served and as i I Good Used Refrigerators from $25 II I Excellent dow fan. condition.3 speed reversible.used only Used Used Refrigerators Televisions $29.95$29.95 Free de up.up. and return Stuckey's.to to Mr.Bradford Stancil.U.s. Co.301.Please Tele-Belongs

Convenient Terms.
i Head Coach Lennard Register two summers. Price $20.00or sraoh. Itch

*' 21 Cu. Foot it 17 Cu. Foot it I introduced the other swing will set.trade Phone for 964-2191 children or livery.100 West Bullington Can st. Starke.Appliances.Fla.. FOR SALE- One .saddle can

I members of his staff. Regis- FARR'S$ Inquire at 1362 Blanding be seen at Fire Station ItpI >>

': ter, who is leaving BHS- to i Court. ltD MARVIN LAWSON of Starke. I THREE BEDROOM newly
FREEZER FREEZER Please pick UP your two FREE
\ assume coaching duties at I to "Summer and I decorated unfurnished house
it it I Panama City, expressed his I FOR RENT-3 room furnished Smoke" at the Telegraph Of- for Rent. 1011 Butler Road.
HOLDS 740 LBS. HOLDS 600 LBS. '! appreciation to school officials BARGAIN CENTER I upstairs apartment. 400 fice. Phone 964-6811. 2tchg 6-7
I Water St. CaD 964-7692. tfchg
I I assistant coaches players t INSURANCE at reduced rates. GOOD' USED Ranges and re-

$254.44. 244.44 : and the fans for "eight : I FOR SALE 14 ft. plywood Auto. Fire. Boat. Doyle E. frtferator at nrtces vou can
i wonderful years" at Bradfori hoat. Mark .55 motor $300. Conner Insurance Agency. :afi' d: North-l'lorlda' Sunoly.
4K I High School. He will be succeeded J'/2 MIIS South. on HiVoy 301 Phone 533-2461. Itchg Phone 964-4501. tfchg 412 E. Call St. tfcnc

', in the top coaching -


_._ .
_....... ___ 4 Co .,-. -. --1- -- -' .
1.uJ .. ... --<"_....t./.t.-.... A' ... .4i. -- t' % 7. -- -_-" _--. -' 0" -. -'--- '- ---- -:.- --- ---- .' '
t "

---- --w--------- --I-i._ _r-w--------- -. WUWI.- -.--_ --- .
-- --- .


I Bradford County Telegraph


,' BTAEKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1962 --. --
.., .
/ .,.. [
5) '



_ # &
U:. _ Aa


,.,U'' ".... ,. .>.. '. .. ', ,'.. ''''\,
; ', :
't >.

,.',."..: .' 1


Valedictorian ', Salutatorian -


.. 1 R v I
r r w I

John Edward Adams a > 1
11 Edward S. Adkins j;. '

Charles Lloyd Allen Janice Theresa Thomas .

Faye Alvarez Linda Paulette Thomas
t x i ) t 1 P
GeorgeVilliam Anders j I Charles Arthur Torode

Gwyn ella Gayle Andrews Donna Jane Trawick

Lester Austin' Betty Lou Wainwright
David Alex Barnes Carolyn Inez Wainwripht

Nathan, Dayton Beck' Graduating Class 1962 --- Bradford County High School Sarah Frances Wainwright

Ward Alan Bessette, Jr. K Elizabeth Wauthena Martin Carolyn Roberta Ward

Mary Jane Bigham. Ronald J. Cason Linda Faye WasdinGloria
Jo Ann Mobley
Barbara Ann BlankenshipGary Thomas Cason, Jr. Georgia Mae\ Mosley\ Jean Waters

James Bliss Carolyn Louise Chilson x Chester Edwin :Moody Barbara Ann Whitehead
I Percy Sonny Moody
i Clyde Dale Bradley Betty Jo Clark William Robert Moody\ Jerald ArthurVilhelm

Douglas J. Brantley Joyce Annette Clark.Virginia I 'I ) James Sandra H. Moore Moore \ Randall Wilkerson
I' Linda Faye BrookinsMorris ,; '
Coleman I f George Rory MorrisonShirley Ivan WilliamsonGwendolyn,
Carter, Jr.William !
Alfred Bernice Collins + I Ann Morrison\ Doris Wynn
Virgil Carter. ; JamesFrankliNazworth
Clara Dianne Colson
Janet Marie Nichols I
Mary Louise Cowart 1 f Betty Sue Nix CHEFUTURilSIN
WE TAKE. Jack.. Merrill l .Crawford' ..., Ronald William Noegel ;
t i. x V4 illiamN. North : I YOUR
\ Larry M.: Crawford f I
t Grady M.\ Overstreet '
'fO'IUTj" KEY.SUCCESS Wana Elizabeth ,Crawford: Daniel M. Pater \ \S Hand!

,LAS i ., .: Charles Edward Crews r j. a William Bryant PatrickJanis i I
Carleen Paul
Vera CrewsGloria S ;
i ., 'MarthaCarolyn Pellum
{ ,
Crosby ; Leobardo Dionision Ramos

Nathaniel S. Dankel. l,' From left: Bernie Collins, vice president; Mary Ann! Long, John A. Reddish
treasurer DeWayne McRae, president Betty Lou Wainwright,
Sft ; ; Joe Ann Reddish
.. .,
Michael, Darby .- r : ;> 'secretary; Charles>Torode;Isergeant-at-arms.;; -'- ."" -"'->'r:' -# ".tohn'Dale Register ".

Barbara. June Davis ':,., Lawrence Leo Griffis Louie Johns Mary Ann Reynolds r:
?r1: Susan Marjorie Davis ,:, Evelyn Ruth Griffiths GeorgeVashmgton, John William Clifford Rhoden i
) ;..;; Robert Edward Hall son Joe Allen Sapp ,
C :;;r s, Angelina Lucia DicandioRoger Dorothy Elizabeth Hardy Jimmy G. Johnson Mary L. Schmitt

Dale Dixon Abbie Esther Harley Carolyn Jones Harold Daily Seymour :. s
Pauline Elaine Harley Hazel Elnora Jones CLASS
::tir? ; Romesa Mae DoddJuanita Leslie Wayne Harper Joseph Wesley Kelley, Jr. Car 1 yn Shannon !
V Shirley Ann Harper Lenox S. Kelley Marilyn Shannon OF 62 '
;:.;, Drawdy Henry Hampton HarreUVilIiam Wallace King, Jr. Madford Wilson Shealy, Jr. ,
Ernest Eugene Edwards Margaret Patricia Hender.Vayne Shelton Kinney Sandra Lee Shealy r ,
; Mary Elaine Knowles ;; ;;1; '
son William Edward Silcox, Jr. 1
Wayne A. Farr George Anthony Her! Marie Leach 1: tl
John B. Lee S usan Slade .
Marilyn Elaine Hernwall 4.
Michael Patrick Flynn Elbert E. Hersey Robert Lawrence Linsin Denise Marie Rita SmartGloria -

1962 Michael Wayne Foster Faith Jewell Hodges Martha Lois Long Smith f ''
Arthur Lamar Holliday Mary Ann Long Sandra Kay Solano ..
1' Rhett Sterling Fox 'Bettie Jean Hollis Harry. LoperPatricia Franklin Leo Starling
f fun gradsl
Anne Loudon Have
Wesley P. Howard !
Iris Ann
Robert D Starling }
Cynthia Sue Hubbard Fred Bernie McGee We salute each
1 11'1 It Graduation is Linda Ann Gainey Thomas E. Huggins Dewayne Lee McRae f' David Mark Sunderland and{I accept our;
the M1m 1
( of for
Irwin A Martin Lonnie E. Tetstone you your
L Lyman James Hunter, Jr. .
I "congratulations.'
John Ellie GeigerSylvia {{
lealatet J' the fist. t k eye big achievement

Glisson ., ,,
Best of kick. I North Florida
Randal F/Chitty Mary Joalyce Graham i 1 l > TO THE CLASS OF S Supply 1 H. C. Wall,

Janice Marie Green l
:MAYOR P. D. REDDISH : .1 "Your WestinghouseDealer Agency
Martha\ Sherrill Green I .
of Starke $ ? Insurance Bonds
Sheriff Bradford Count Doyl 1 Charles Griffis I : -
I I i i i iI I
i 19u2 I -
1 WkA
'I ,; \ 1

S ;, (LAfl1lVl1MflA .' SS. i- CON GRAUATIOIqjir .

t5 I 'V'
c\\z7/jp ; :J .
i I Best Wishes

j gj ) '

-- From .

I if) # / 4U 'St. % I
1962 f.; :: --- :

1 Bradford County l

t C l
r .' Board of PublicInstruction


.r N 1 sr C ii
FROM .rr rr rte. i r rem. r
1- \ ) JF. "' rre. rsri. Chairman .

THESE ii 11 r S
W w W

HALLS ". r 1962 ... .. .. RODNEY P. HALL \ _
.. ,\ e.'d ]oe\t
J '. end V9 wish yoax. the ... Ed A""J

....have coma many graduates, but none ( Continue yourgopduofkta H. A. LAWSON The future bLflRUE ."JimJeed.

with greater.ho. or..We. .offer.. ;our SI..,- cress IS relative thing, someone said But each of .

we cbngraluJations! to each ,of you.Shea's us strives far it and plans his life and actions to achieve W. E. LAWSON
"B ft Homes"
., e er CORP
ell it.We wish'you success in this most complicated society,but *' .

would remind not to achieve it at the sacrifice
we you E.rx.. SAPP ,
Bradford I
Building Supply
Qassce .c
ompanY self respect.Many people write that our young people are :

f- weak and unable to carry on the.American,tradition.This_ wo -
13 3lW..tt, P is- ,'Gainesv e'Ph .?R24353 Visit: The "Vagabond,Corner Gifts Imports
,INC.do. not believe.,We have the utmost confidence_ .!in. you alL{ '

., .
-..... .--,. -


-" .IH- ,0't'" Y' 'WIt.&.:.... -:..' ....\"."...?._'__..'..--A.W.-"A#_...".....,, -_-- ."..---'_.....". .._- flt.. .,..- _.,, . ...- .. ,.- _' .. _.'' ,_' .. -.- -_,-.-.' .... .. .". --., ..--" --. -"-. .. ...'._ .- ,." ." ,.n-,= -' "

,I '....... .'j.. "'y'"""'". '" -., a- .
k r --- -




The New York Washington Trip .. J; I

y r

On an exciting Sunday afternoon tour of United Nations was a drum and all were thrilled of the Hotel Edison for their r
May 13, 99 seniors, conducted: b y very pretty at his unknown talents. After departure for Washington at
k a n accompanied by 20 funseekers young guides. Of course, all the tour an amazing show 12:15.: About half way back
u '1 [chaperones], boarded ''a .,the BHS boys acted like real was seen at the Planetarium. to Washington one of the
train at the crowded railroad i gentlemen and paid close at- Wednesday night "Camelot"was busses decided that it was
station in Starke for their tention. presented at the theatre tired after its week in New
long-awaited week in New Tuesday afternoon the seniors after which all the seniors York and wouldn't budge. At
York City. It was noticedthat found themselves paying \\ere thoroughly thrilled with that time all' of the seniors
our very capable spon- a whole nickel to ride the the chance to return to the and SO-C&llej chaperones pac-
sor. Mr. Jockel, had an "If Staten Island Ferry in orderto International Supper Club fora ked themselves into just two
Lost" tag hung on him before turn around pay another second time in order to see buses in hopes of reaching r
departing. nickel to come back. Then, 0: "Dion" the famous singer of Washington. To the seniors
Upon arrival in Washington course, the famous "Rocket- "Wanderer." "Moon River," this was just more fun [if
in the wee hours of the tes," [precision dancers and "Run-Around Sue." And possible At Washington the s
w morning, a tour of the capitalwas Radio City Music all were we wouldn't want to leave train was boarded and an uneventful -
in store. After this the qutie an eye-opener for the out the privilege that all received peaceful night was a
fI group boarded three chartered boys.On of seeing Mr. Ingramdo enjoyed. At approximately .. !
buses enroute to Annapolis Wednesday a four-hour the "Twist. 10:30: Friday morning the
. Seniors "Jaywalk". Amid Skyscrapers where all the girls spent most sightseeing tour of New York At this time "Hector's Ca- train arrived in Starke, car Twisting at The Peppermint C/ub/
of their time looking at the including Lower Manhattan, feteria" will be mentioned for rying 119 exhausted seniors
"scenery." Reaching New Battery, Bowery, Greenwich the. benefit of all seniors. and chaperones. I I
-,I York late in \he afternoon, Village, Mid-Town, and Up- Thursday morning 99 seniors The senior class would like Q
I an already exhausted group per Manhattan with stops at were turned loose in to take this opportunity to !,
i prepared to go to Jack Silver- the Cathedral of St. John the New York City to shop, etc., extend our sincere thanks to : J V WE L C ys
I man's International Suppex Divine and Chinatown was
I with the hope that no one each of the sponsors and i
1962 I Club where entertainment ronducted. All were awed at i:
would get knocked off, lost, chaperones for making this
I was.provided by the Andrews the beauty of the Chinese I s
Sisters. Temple. At the Temple, Per- or otherwise delayed from trip one which will never be !i I DONE/4
I Early the next morning a cv Moody just happened upon boarding the I buses in front forgotten. ,

i ,,
I -- .

I Ii *: 4:
II i

,........ ) XXL I

I t 'S :2J

Ilui -
; ;__

19 62 1962 -i ; j jt f

1 his is an exciting time for you and 1 1a WILL BE

your class. We Mould, remind you it i is aF Li.
also a serious time for decisions and f A ; '
We are proud
planning. Best regards to each of you. \ wish you
to extend to
happiness and all sincere

every success.
I .,.$ best wishes.

Charley E Johns* Agency !, I j 1 j F. I I. Volley Starling's '

Grocery & Market Gilbert S. Brown

.... ., .;, .

'- "
.1. E. Brownlee St.: Standard Oil Products
I I .

-.r -. .",... I The Saga Of Seniors .- LOOK
f i! c-
OF R. '
:11' -* i AHEAP
=:JI.. jA .. ,
: j 1c j //1-11962 f .ns ts.d :. j j,1 .
1 tr I ,. .
.4__.. ., Near'*'i t ; ,
62 l!
>;, ;1{aa \ II I
',- ''_ i ,
-_" : ., After four long years of hard work :! # c.! liT
.. T ", We left on our Senior class trip to old New York. | I
: We made a little stop in Jacksonville J
% .: I To pick up our guide--hia.nam wasiBill. I Ii r ., .
i Our ride was hard and hot and long, ; I /\\ -
time with dance and /
t But Elbert helped pass the / ,r
_1 L i T. c L O1 i ,
CS CI __ f. song. fI 4
: Then we went around mountains for a while, ,I IUf < 1
.- I! J 'i i And all Mrs. Rowe could do was "walk the aisle." i,

c:::>cc <==:> .I \ Sleep was impossible; on that train, | :
I better Miss Della made plain.Next 1f
C7C7C But sleep you had ; .
f' r-----:: r-i: oo 4 I morning Washington it was rough ;I 1962 ;

.;.!.c i(; c ..: I: trying tb change clothes'and gather up all .our'stuff. aGrads.
k. .
....4- .\ _' ; :; : We took a little tour of Washington, \, byA

,, lc 1 : A3 % ss: 4 I Then left for Annapolis to sleep, eat, and fun. ( F
_, 1F1f i We arrived in Manhattan just a little bit late 0 ry
THE BESTEVERYTHING OF : I And rushed to the International Supper Club, whichwas Sincere best
'; :.... i t9
: just plain great i
k \.. : I wishes. Good IT TOOK A HEAPI"O'L ARNIN'
Back to Edison for sleep, sleep, sleep, {I ,
V- ...'-" 'v .,........- Ii And up in the morning to Hector's to eat, eat, eat. luck to alL Yd
S* v>* f t .
Wl1erever.yqu the We toured the UN, which was something to see- ;I r
i gov t
\ Yourhometowawishes And a ferry ride out tb view the Statue of Liberty. -I )f and
; whatever you do in the you all I, We stayed out lee that night-maybe to' one or. th pride n3ffer e de'terrrimatio''h. join,lour family and

L future wish I ; two,' I I you ourcongratulations.k friends in sincere congratulations.Belote .
we always
many .
,4 great success. And if you tried to get to another floor, the flatfoot I BradfordAbstract ,. .. .. ..4.. ;
the .best for I!
rf ? very you. -- would get you.
I Back to Hectors with the morning sun
DeWitt C. Jones
i And after that a long day's ride'had begun.A l t RexallDrugs
'Denmark furniture Co. FUNERALHOME trip by bus through Greenwich Village'and Chinatown Company W. J. & Bill Dodd ,

; I I
j "Your Rambler!
OF STAIIKE : To the Bowery. and Wall Street we were shown Dealer"i Keystone Heights, Fla. r ;-r;
around. i
; tot 'I I II ... ._ .
-I Next the Planatarium. to see the stars and the --

moon, I .. .-
., Where all slept and Irwin in the ladies -
we got
> J :| A T .R ---- room.
S41> -n- A tpJlilll ;;.;:::: ,'l t..v. '..fUaeeg 1 After the show we were, scared out of our hide I Ii .
r :i 4. i Cause we had to take a subway ride. j II I/.
It was our last night in town, and we'd missed a I II ,
,tf, "- '
I lot, 5Hi; -
$ i But we got to see the Broadway hit, "CameloC." \ .I /. ..
Z4j:1 1: I After the mudcal we had a place to go.-
I Back to the International to catch Dion's show.
a ..: I i We saw the lights of the city at night- 1;: f542c 'TJ

:. >: Broadway sight. and Times" Square were' marvelous 1 1 .

'di Our last meal at Hector's came with a moan,

.: 1 .,. :: I For the food at that place' would sure' ',make, you G r)

? groan. : \
T TR We left New York, with Delia there; ;
-'-; I
) And had a bus to breakdown in Delaware.

Crowded but happy, we left for Washington,- f1' j t tY

3 With miles of pictures, and souvenirs of a week off" J

4 >62 We were happy to be in the South 'again, .I
But Charlie couldn't find his suitcase on the train.
:.' iThe rilngxf i a tacldfer was .: :?:'h$ a L Sandra and Gail had a surprise when they went in > ry 1,
; The room clearly' marked with the name "Men. S .. a,'
:: never meant to rest upon. '1962 Mr. Jockel sn'tfm ? to forget .." i

;! :! Thomas Huxley : Till he wen! into the room marked just the., opposite.It In a frte & '. ?
was sQrta.d to I leave it all behind, THRILL Of SUeESS'Graduating country \ ... -il U
We wish each But to be back home 'again would suit us fine. ". ,- is' possible te> achieve

fr .: .. We had great sponsors for the trip. from high _school gives *-- o ,i< ,'...'arrythldg.V n.-. '" .
: of And chaperones who 'V-- :-nn...
our came quite well equipped.' 1 '' ,
you greatHappiness -V Everyone of them waS really quite line you t the first taste o succS'sVcf- .-.. .,, L UQI. t.u... .....,. ru-'.....JI.s j f.i.r;

on And everyone'' of bs toad; a* great time. RememDer-Tfebeal it ,-. ; ... 't
career. .-
Vour .0 t. -oJ .. ,. "
01 ,
I With mok t j e oJ c.;....
a .cloudof
: :: an this occasion. I ? ;.and a heated spark, 'i > f. !' J
!I We arrived thenext morning-back in Starker /i
Gl And it's nice tb be'b&kafter} "" .
n" .R I1tiirr1jst 'a.triveliii: g] hfn: "
o ee Torode & HardyNEW For, 4-small, town, I gngsS, it can-liold: its -o\tn.\ .I :E.ds Grocer? aridlirbetif : !?iHannbnP.iwgp! ,

'.. ,.., ........ ... ,,-.... .. a'..' .t I ; '* .* '
id, j .
fchbne9648341 % / ,
,. & USED CARS i ; t '. ... fc ; .. =:. ,:.; .j'i... ,.: : .;. ..: .. ,,'; : ls ri l ridMit, f.Pu6ffcmtMr"t1,: ;
--- -533N. .. p' JACK
Temple'- ,
'-" 1320 N. Temple- : - I
I EDWARDS"i '----- .. ..........--- -

-- .. .' .-- '. W

i -


'lif-_hStiAYi_; ._1\4i''---31-1962 ___ __ __._--_-. -....._ .. .. BRADFORD COTWTT TKUSQ r -PACE_. SIB


t* {6:iass/ Largest and Smartest

,.6'... ,
'i .
+ iiii ..4liiY In spite of the tact that .niors scored more than 300 At present, 13 Seniors planto Greenville, S. C-, Lake City transcripts are usually requested -
Bradford, High School's- 1962 points out of a.maximum 500 attend the :University of Junior College and Central during the summer.. r -.4

graduating class is the. "larg-, score. This was t also, a new Florida, in Gainesville and 11 Florida: Junior College will Reddish added.In ., ...> ".

est and,smartest" to date .{according high for .BHS according, to will enter St."Johns River Junior claim two each, while Georgia encouraging high school :

> R tq::! Dean: of Students Reddish. .College in Palatka. Flor- Tech, Emory a t Oxford graduates to go on to college

+.' Ray, Reddish!, only ajwut) 30 Only 44 out of the 149 iaa State j University kill get Tift College, and Stetson win whenever' possible Reddish .

: .-r<< per ce.nt of the grad?t $:are plan to enter college this fall six; Jacksonville University, each get one.dozen pointed out that most employers -

plannin to enter colleges and the dean of students said. four; Bob Jones College in A ,or more additional believe the college'du- ,.
.yy. ss ar r ate is better qualified to
accept -
{+'. s.a 9 .wYflEiw 'sf ,. Ja/.n universities.. .
t t x
', f i ..r'. Low !as that figure is, it is position of responsibil ,3.
''= .
gut., P'r still a slight improvementover ; COUM { rxft 4trttHiivr ,KrMt uQe NYC R fE0.Nn ity. If a high school l graduatehas ; ,,

''r : ;;'' prior jears, Re.ddisaid, ,. outstanding qualifications, ? ..
M he do well in field, ., '
when the per cent of, BHS : C may any Sa t.k x.w

Seniors going on to college i} 9 .4, r, ,ti.ti but another individual: with ,

s* ," : n6 .,'... '17F3' averaged: only 22 to 26 percent .-. ,t. T., ,. t, r .. equal .qualifications, plus the ><. w
,added recommendation of acolege
1* ;-lk. \ r. ,,,,, ,,,, .. 1
BHS Senior Linda Wasdiri The dean of students'attri- j 1 diploma, is certain to

.And Her:.Award-Winning Science Project buted the larger percentage of --- do better. Senior Hallie Seymour Signs IT ContractIn

college-bound graduates"..this : "As to the matter of pro-
1 ,a Presence of Mom[
and DadBradford
I year to "an awakening anda. 1 ( :, motions in business, put yourself -

,keener awareness of the in an employers position,"
benefits of :higher education." ,l {; j. 'i _.l Reddish added. "If you had
149 two men of-equal ability and
.The Senior Class we're
average of talents, except that one hada
., .,,,.Mr ,..,,. ., strongscored placement S ,k ,'. college education, which
;fsKx ar 226 on the senior _
: '' test. Reddish said. 'Ten.SeMURRHEE man would you promote?" .' proud .

M1 \ ..

> i
r w j x ,
1< ,
e .>< -. .
z, .
ff I : ,

, s {
yr:9 k Y 1 I II o / .. t

i c I v / .
.l r
.S x M F
/' ,
b a
sr r
nV /; n ; ; #
c ..
i honorees with a personal gift i
p y' 1 1I I /' y. .
b' + 3 'j; and a box of church station-
s ','a "" r
,,,a sr a'' '" .. 1 I I ary. ..,.- '
#- I i Mrs. Smith DeVoe, i in .

y'4 I ; Linda Wasdin Marilyn Herwafl Patricia Loudon charge of arrangements was .. ., a

.y I I ...... : assisted by__ Mrs. Bob_ Badsett., 5e( t
:. ; Miss Elaine Colson, Mrs. Emory

3.qF1 .\ Four Bradford High School < Carolyn Jones was awardeda Prevatt and Mrs. Lonnie

,. ou uDone -.s : Senior girls, by winning out }M ; u _: one-year $300 grant to attend Fullwood. (i9 2GJlADS
i (
; : in competitive tests, will receive : w any nursing school of ---- .. _

G OD partial college scholarships :: ; her choice i on the approved ,, The First Baptist Church

It ,, in nursing,and teaching. .w list of the State Departmentof honored their 17 BHS senior

Marilyn Hernwall and Lin- ,3 s: Education.: She is the graduates at a supper part3'Tuesday '
Juckfo : da Wasdin each $2,000 daughter of. Mr. and "Mrs.yhurmari -
y"uI won ..3 evening in the Pecar County Telegraph
: scholarships in collegiate nursing 4. _. Jones of Starke, Room of the Garden Restau
t : entitling them to enter arid will start classes'at at the rant. I II

the college of their choice for tt : Aiacmia County 'Vocational I I
I a four-year degree as Bache- f:" School in Gainesville next I
; '
flj' i ,'lor of Science in Nursing. September /

r a a> 'i Marilyn is the daughter of e Patricia Loudon 'was the ,r *
m hD j< Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hernwallof f >'. lone ,BHS recipient of a teach
) : : '.. S : Starke and is valedictorian ; ,- ing,, scholarship. entitling her

;; : of the Senior Class. Linda is to $300, per year toward ,a .t nyi 1962
the daughter of Mrs. Era Was- Ifourfeardegree
fjfM : in education. _
din and the late Riley Was- \
I' She is the daughter: of Mr. .
'r: din of Starke and has had .
.: '1 1- prize-winning projects in and Mrs. Arthur Loudon of : .-..----' ;
i J t t' lt Carolyn-JoneS \:---
Science Fairs for two years. ; ,
M S ,_-.
i f J ,


__ } .' .. .
; r
: Senior Parties'J" .- *! '1 T ; -- (

-" :N'. rt' _
'. ;
i ..k''t1\: ,.'..::< \ y7C L

The Madison Street Baptist ments and were assisted in The Ladies Council of the 1_ _

t'I the First Baptist, the i serving by the Intermediate First Christian Church gave 'Y i- y

B. T. THOMAS First Methodist, and First Girls of the church.' 1 1t !! a Coca-Cola party Sunday afternoon ;;:';r::

,. Christian Churches have t 1 I from four to five l_

: honored their BHS senior I! The Methodist WSCS hon- o'clock in the Recreation I t :J .;:.,: _h h t .
STARKE S/r r members at functions in the ored the eleven BHS seniorsof Building honoring the .ti : i

I 1 'k ; :. "., ,.. f. past week. e I the church arid their dates church's BHS senior graduates SS .>:
\ U. 30i. South : ESQ h4 :
HAhb\\r\\ :r tk, -,
ARE : at a breakfast Sunday morning s I F,: ",; w
. On Mon< a1 night May 21, 2 --
j in Fellowship Hall preceding The refreshment table was .
the Brotherhood of the Madi i
I {l t*tt L ;* sr! son Street Baptist Church held j Sunday School. 1 covered with a cutwork cloth i.
Insurance 'Agency : The large dining table was 1 and centered with an ar- -, ,
a banquet in the educational .
j centered with an arrangement | rangement_ of summer flowers ? '
"' V--4 AVc"Keystone building for their eight BHS I
.1 v Heights ; of daisies and ivy. Marking with pink sweetheart roses

I t I I ., t graduates .and guests. | the seating arrangement predominating. Crystal trays YOU BET WE'RE PROUD.

P. 0. BoilS'ptiAn 2731 The banquet table was decorated i were graduation placecards j and compotes held sandwiches -

i. .... .. .. .,.. ._1 with a centerpiece of; and favors. Rev. John R. nuts mints and cake Your achievement is a fine

\ ,, .. pastel colored gladioli. Each Brabham gave a short talk 'squares topped with miniature You are a fine
I kill.con-
I i ne and we hope you

To T .,s'r. .-- .. .. ._ : graduate was presented witha j after. the breakfast. I of the diplomas.table' was At a doll one dres-end f bunch of kids. tinue jour educa( on. As you

pen set from the Brotherhood Mrs. J. R> Wainwright, sec- .
,, sed as a graduate with a di- make plans for the future be .
I If Regards
and. Rev. and Mrs. Dun- cretary of Student Work of to..i ,
; I promo in hand. The coke '
its 1- wishes.
i of
,. assured our good
} .t.
f CLASS'.Of r "! agan gave them each a copy the WSCS, was in charge of, table held pink buckets with .

i of the book, "God's Gold j arrangements. Assisting in drinks and crushed ice and a THE

\ .. 1 ?Az t" x : Mine.:?* The speaker 'for' the serving were Mrs. H. H. silver tray. held potato chips.
1 y I I evening was Rev. J. R. Smith Adams Mrs. Jim Ritch, Mrs. ; Miniature boy and girl graduate FARMERSSUPPLY Florida Bank Starke
1'9--\6 2' a. this
a ,. }. i of Keystone Heights. T. H. Slade Mrs. Alice Anderson j dolls also graced

,; : ,;.. Y''., V :. a1 l' p'r.' I Mr. and Mrs., Norman Willis .Mrs. Titus Olson, and! table. I: I .

t i I .. .! were in' charge of arrange.' Mrs> A. N. Holliday Jr. i. The Council presented the -I

H ._._.
.; ... c 1pia .
a i -Best 9 X .

i .

i '. .a' .a -
'i ,I ,1 r
f N,y : 4

.W is h' :es GOODLUCK: ';, ,+ : : I

1 i i' '
., .t.'. \ l a Ic ; o
ir d .

F ;
1 .
a T t.JEs i .t
r' r 'J ra J'class'
i '
C 1962
s. .
i r \ 5 .
( .... ..
t' 'Ya : '
1.' i. '
,., '
w. .. ,.
..'r.,' ... ',,.,.'. -a' A 7 CLASSOF ;r, -
.' ..t I "..' .;. WI II II E of 62

$n 7 -
,tI ... h..r..l 0c \
"" .

ri ? .,; ."s't; y. z'3.f, ALL :,
; 62.
i r } Mt / : .

J .. t + k .

: tr : e I .
our '
rka / Accept .
#.. m. x ,Y / I
YN \ s. ., *. yVe; share-your | <. t mosUincerabest .,
:.. ra ,'. M r .,c.. this important ,< 1 '
; s pride'.on' j wi&es."
f ., I -; e, f'x t
i 'OC d lotl. 1Community i Good luck .: .
; 'lra;
ya" ix '
rX R i > C on r ..t u ao AS! t o 'y 2. .

{ t I r, .. s Fi .' . '.
'tt. i
} _{' ... o. ..
}rr.rs.il L .rw.. .. ,. .
d q L 1962 ,4i .
..?: e -. y ; : 'f: .
: -
GRADS %i : ; .
.. : ". ..: .. ;
+ State Bank ". I' .. -. t.' l. ; .

'.. .. i ii y +. f M ri t ; ,"...'1'.". .........r.. -" '..,.. "- ,. ;-c. '1-"

S. x "1 l.t"V, ..;.i'f". i of far fee- iy. '0. 0 '') 0 >t, .
J, BradfordEngineering .t r'.1' \ irbtarke
1t In i : :. .a'F ; f I /
s II ; : : 1 Town Finance' ( .;: !; telephone UK:E ,

Keystone State Bank 1 Member. '.' F. D. I. C. : Company I -0,1"., .. -
r* < .n "

f (fember"F.: D.' I.',c. *'Keystone; Heights i. .. Company,. . Phone ''964-9091 .

-. -' r .- : ..__ ____ ... .. .. .. .. '.-... ..-1 i ".


... . ,
.0..0 ,
0" ';' ,'yo _. .. ., -- -- -- -


--- 1

S SPorts Hilites Of 1961 62 : ; ':;"'J:1'i: ., :., ;; : 1 1t

t, ,
I .

: ;4Ag R ? U 4ptia (j." ,'"). ':'." .,

,, s -
___ .,
jL ;! Trophy-laden Tornadoes at banquet celebrating their fifth consecutive Keystone Conference champion '' .:

ship ; :';c" !.

'..." ... '

LI "',".:,. ..' ".v::;:"'".<,''":"'',:,.. 4 k\ \i A A'ii I

; :f:: : ,, .,.', ,
':" ," \ ': ',;.. 0.";'.". :'..":. ,,.,:..",,":'' :>.....,."v,". '

; ;: : "' :' )0"" ,s.. ''.:'j ,I

:t .. i
.I. .". ', ',
I fi. .
I j _
,;'. \ -' /' ., Senior Hallie Seymour, starred for BHS as a

l1 : : .4.. punter and end and as the best Class A high d
I g 'i" 1, .,.'l::(.>!n Se jumper in the state.Senior r
: ':
Senior Invin Martin, ,' i ; : 'cf'i
BUS quarterback and pole -
rault star Four senior gridders John Reddish, Mike Darby Irwin Martin, and Hallie ? $ :_, _____

I I. Seymour, were named to the Gainesville Sun's All-Area grid squad.Senior t

; ; 4 _


;: z

'h ? w 44s
N _
? f M :

4 c
.K >ti: a f f. R4
; ; 1 V ; _
V I _
V 4 $ _
".+, _
\ ... _
( c: ctc
Aqb TI
p : 1 _

_. .', I.

: .) .
<<.? Senior Mike Darby, was lt
t f t V. a standout guard on the

'; .. x !. .,; > llb: .. grid team and was beaten
i only twice this year as a
t .',, I Senior John Reddish shows the stridewith half-miler on the track
pole vaulter.William Silcox, two-time win- / J : which he rambled on-the-loose through '
ner of the school's coveted AM award, shows form ', more than one enemy secondary. Arthur Holliday, white jersey at right, and Bus- team. .
with which he won third place in the state meet. ", \ ter Hughes team up to take out some Tornado opposition.

--- --

......vmrnrm..nY1 nephew Freddie Lang, cele- I
!YVVVVVVVVVVYYYVVVYVVVY moved into their new home brate his third birthday. An- sters and have invited the !
I tkis past week. It is a lovely nette will spent a few days pastor to sit in Union withus
gsrWithiLASS I\ GRAHAM 3-bedroom house. We wish BROOKER with friends and relatives in some Sunday night so we WE ASE ALLPROUD

i them the best of luck in Jacksonville as she is on vacation can show them off. ,\'flill
their new home. By Shirley GreentAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I CLASS
OP 62 { By Richard Cain
I Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal Debbie Phillips and son, Si- CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS I '
tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACharlie hope to move into their new meon, and his little daughter I 62 GRAt) i
house in the next, couple Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cros- all of Jacksonville were withus I CHURCH OF: '

b I Frazier of Miami weeks. by of' Gainesville visited Mr. in services Sunday morning -'i North 301 2'% miles out of SWARMING? 62
I was visiting his parents Mr. Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Broughton and Mrs. Eugene Crosby Friday In the afternoon Miss town on left of the road. r
I'I'and, Mrs. Clarence Frazier and two girls Judy and night. Debbie and other Bible School Young People's Meeting,.' i J b-

; over the weekend. Mary Frances, accompaniedby Miss Kathryn Prescott vis- workers met to plan the pro- Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday
:. Mrs. ,N. J. Davis had as Miss Faye Dyal Mr. ited her father. Orie Prescott, gram for the week June 11-15.i School, 10 am. Sunday Night. .
r'-: \ guests this week Mr. and| Broughton's mother, Mrs. in Tampa last weekend. Leonard Norman is recovering -I| Worship 7 p. m. Everyone 4 $ t1u1f.
: '. Mrs. A. C. Davis of Heilbronn, Hilliard Broughton. and his Brenda McDavid attended nicely from his opera-;' cordially invited to attend- .
1* s J\ Springs' who spent Saturday I aunt, Mrs. Minnie\ Crenshaw 'Girl's Scout Camp at Camp I tion for rupture. He under-1 i' Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor. far tho sake of your homo .l ,

,, night and Mr. and Mrs. L.I both or Gainesville went on Crystal over the weekend.Mr. went surgery Wednesday of, .65. i I ,
I, A. Davis and children of I a small trip to visit relatives and Mrs. Guy Pinhol- last week. II I I IThat's .rf. .
j Gainesville who were Sun- residing in Plant City. We ster of Jacksonville visited Susie Padgett returned for -

,, day night supper guests. I are happy to report that all Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Sunday the operation on her right

;' } ;i k. Mrs Mary Vic-Ari and., had a wonderful time. While afternoon.J. eye, and will be in the Bap- GLASS Our Business"If d
t ,: } Mrs. R. G. Griffis were trans on their trip, they went E. Townsend visited his tist Hospital for several days.In It's GlassVe Have It" .
; .
f acting business in GainesvilleFriday. through the Central High- I mother Mrs. Lola Townsend. spite of Baccalaureate I CALL WRITE or VISIT : li; y.4j
lands of Florida and observed and aunt Mrs. Bonnie Mansfield Services at several places FOR ANY GLASS NEED
; : New Look many beautiful orange groves. .I in Wauchula Sunday. nearby "we had 81 present .
L i Mr. and Mrs. T. H."Lefevers They do along with the ad- He also visited Mr. and Mrs. :'last Sunday and 48 of SHEA'S GLASS CO.NOT

I are in the process of remodeling vertisement you see nowadays T. T. Guthery and family in these were 100 per c e n t .
: their home on the inter- to see FLORIDA FIRST. Bartow. pupils. The Primaries won ( INC.)

We hope you ior and exterior. The homeis Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starlingwere Allen Lewis of Cross City i the banner with a grade of 81. "Formerly Jw Peters Glass Co." a aN
located across from the old visiting Mr. and.Mrs. L. and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm I Our Jumor union ooys and We Design Modern Store Fronts ,
will always store. This makes the fifthor J. Cannon in Branford Sun- Lewis and family of Starke girls are still leading the. Just Mail Us A Pattern For ,
L sixth family in our community day. were Sunday night dinner whole Training Union in the I ,
Surprise Party guests of Mrs. Amanda Le Table Tops Well done class
I have been remodeling Daily Bible readings. We are .,
their home in. the Mrs. J. A. Griffis and Mrs. wis.R. really proud of these young-I' 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 of.'62. Best of ... '1 '
Peyton Florist past several month. | T. H. Lefevers were honored C.: Howard of Jacksonville .
'I guest at surprise party given visited Mr. and Mrs. Eu- I '
New Homes a I, luck to ill We wish youthevebast ',
you -
by their children at the gene Crosby Saturday morn- : 4
J 'Mr. and Mrs. L.,.E. Ratliff home of the latter. The event Ing.Mr. STAKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO *
took place on Saturday after- and Mrs. Fred Mc- .
noon and all had a wonderfultime. David Sue and Don Mr. and Western Auto
TWO STATIONS Mrs. Salty Langford and family J. R. KELLYYour

.nUlI Our Sympathy and James Cauthen were Associate Store
. fly,,, TO SERVE YOU Mrs. Carl Jones has the in Lake Wales over the week- PARTS AUTO SERVICE AUTO SERVICE :I Tax Collector

I sympathy of her friends in end attending hoist shows. '" I Bradford County
Graham due to the death of Mrs. ''Evan Hodges and E. Starke l'ilotorParts' J. B., Wright Starke'sCities I

her brother. Henry Aultmanof W. Hodges of Gainesville vis- SINCLAIR SERYICB Service StationJ. r
Mulberry. Mr. Aultman wasa ited Mrs. Lavona Belcher in Co., Inc. STATION

resident.of this communityyears St. Luke's Hospital ia Jack- C. Gardener, Prop. SHOP ANYWHEREFOR
four Local Complete Auto Serrie
ago.Lamar sonville Sunday. NAPA Service
: Mechanical
> Every
Honest John'sWEST i Jobber F.r' Tire Batteries-Aeeesseriei'
Starling was out Elaine Howard of Jacksonville I NEW OR USED
visiting ,his relatives Sunday. and Debbie Crosby of Cor. ,Brownlee A: dark -'Wah.tnr5U General Repairs ,
Robert Broughton Was'out Gainesville spent last week Phone 864-0801. 964-0811 Madison '&92101D.odd' ; Then Come See Us!

this past week visiting ,his with, their grandparents Mr. Cities Service Products I
Service &
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl .,and Mrs. Logene Crosby. AUTO REPAIRS TIKES ,- BATTERIES j
Auto Sales
Broughton. Ann Gainey Gse
SIDE GULF ,SERVGE I John Lefevers was out.visiting and Wesley Kelley returned EarPs GarageALL Rambler Sates & Service !I 705 N.' Temple Starke!

,., his brother Thomas" te-. 'last week ,from the Senior'; KINDS OP GENERAL REPAIRING PHONE 9S4-9911 I UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour
fevers and family ,'. ; Class trip to New York and AUTO REPA1B WORK
W. Madison SU OPEN 7 A:DL TO 9 P. M. International Lifetime
I T.**? Church News Washington. They reported a AB Work Guaranteed Authorized Dealer
AND Thought of the week:'What very enjoyable time. Rune 9&-2SS4 MafflenFTRESTONB AUTO TIRES 215 S. E. FIRST -'. GAINESVILLE
shineth for the Lord: shineth So. Wahurt. &t&rb

First Tuesday in June the AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
Pappy Raolstoa. Owner Mtn
CLAY HILLBy :Bill Edwards .
Sunbeams are having their 964.2600 .. *
Gilbert S Brown I Recapping far Oars JL: TrootJ:
N. Temple Avenue eornai meeting and an children are ACrs. J. L. StriekhndLLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA Standard Oil Service StatUa Starke 1166'1Se1Vi ONE DAY SERVICE DeWitt C. JoneriFtmeral Home
i i invited to attend.
iI j ATLAS NEW TIRES AT BAVINOtBArlERIES DeWitt C. Jones RegistereTFuneral Director
OPEN 24 HOURS Gll I The second Tuesday in TIRES & BATZEEIE3Budget I e Starke Fla.
Gene Lang and wife Annette ,
i June the WMU will have'their I: Tel'IMBot.d Ber Ice Wheel ftajartripp- A A HI"-M .
and Clarence Lang Phone 9(4-0221 RENTAL 'SgUVTCIS *
Both offering that Good \"""u meeting and all ladies from Tampa spent the weekend Phone 864-7071 II Phone 984-SfSl Beds Wheel
1 i 407 N. Temple. Start 117 N. Temple Starter sal South Starke Hospital Chairs, Crutches
., are invited to attend. at Clay Hill helping a -

'tt' :. -,
& > : : -

_: .- s b .. ; .... :.t l-<'>:, ; .- ... ,




I -- _ _

,.yy..y.1t..y......... ...........Y..1 I Family Fun Reading Club TTYTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTIMELROSE 'Melrose SetsGraduation Owen Chastain, director of Principal Clarence Holden returned to her home In

Educational Services in Putnam presented the Senior Awards,, Grandin after a lengthy stayin
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Night SponsoredBy Offered ChildrenIn For County, will be the main Mrs. Frances Stephenson gave St. Vincent's Hospital in

H. D. CouncilThe Clay CountyNow Friday Night speaker, and William Odom out the Home Economics Jacksonville.Mrs. .
director of instruction, will Awards and Oscar Baldwin Annie Sikes Mrs. Rosa
By Mary K. Schaeffer By Mrs. Alice RothnammertAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAA
annual Family Fun that schools are closed I Miss Carol Sue Hurst the present the diplomas. Mrs. presented the FFA Awards. Brantely, Misses Olive and

l ..A Night sponsored by the Clay for the summer, elementary'aged Valdictorian and Miss Doris Ross Bass accompanied by. Alverta Gornto, and Rebecca
AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAJ--I County Senior Council of children and other interested Johnny W. Storer spent a Ford, Salutatorian will lead. Mrs. Thomas H. Berry, will i TRINITY EPISCOPAL Brantley were Sunday visitorsat

Woman's Club Officers Then, by cars, they will move I Home Demonstration Clubs ones ,are invited to join week with his parents, Mr. the graduating class of Mel sing "You'll Never Walk the home of :Mrs. Emma

Installed At Tea on to the home of Mrs. Sarah will be held Saturday night, the Smoky Bear Reading Club and Mrs. M. B. Storer, on rose High School at Com Alone." CHURCH MELROSE McElrath in Interlachen.

Mrs. Julius Hanson, president McDonald where they will en June 9, at the Green Cove at any one of the Clay Coun- Swan Lake and left Monday mencement exercises Friday Baccalaureate Services were Sundays 10 a. m. Church David JJr ntley attended a
of the Keystone Heights joy the traditional grits eggs Springs Elementary School on ty public libraries: Green for the Naval Base at Key night JunE: 1, at 8 o'clock in i held Sunday night. May 27, School. 11:45: a. m. Morning Beta Club picnic at Lake
Woman's Club, wishes to and coffee. From here they Walnut Street.A Cove Springs Keystone West. the high school auditorium.I in the school auditorium with Prayer and Sermon [First Swan last Friday afternoon.The .

thank club members and will move on to the home of: covered dish dinner will Heights, or Orange Park -or Mrs. Annie Taylor and : Both girls are members of the I Rev. R. Ray Stedham delivering Sunday Holy Communion]. 6 WMU of Paran Church
friends for their atendanceand ;I Mrs. John Himble on Lake be served in the cafeteria at any one of the bookmobile nephew and wife, Mr. and I Beta Club, honorary(: society. .i the sermon. Mrs. Sted- p.m. Episcopal Young Church- sponsored a Youth for Christ
generous contributions at Geneva where they will en promptly at 5:30 p. m. stops: Penney Farms, Kings- Mrs. Lowell Capps of Auburn- Carol is the daughter of. ham sand "The Lord's Prayer Rally last Friday night at the

the annual Garden Tea held joy a social hour-some playing The program will be held ley Lake Clay Hill. Middle- dale, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray I Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hurst ," accompanied by Mrs. men.Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy Grandin school house.
Tuesday, May 22, at the homeof cards while others preferto in the auditorium and will burg Meadowbrook, Bellair and has attended MHS nine Berry who also played the Communion.The We are pleased to note that

Mrs. Bert Christoffers on just enjoy Mrs. Himble's feature a fashion show nar- Doctor's Inlet or Virginia Birt.Mr.. and Mrs. Bunyon Kel- years. She was a Cheerleader processional and recessional] Rev. Lee W. Heaton. Lyndal Goodbread of Flora-

Lakeview Drive. lovely home, garden and ,rated by Mrs. Opal Reed Village. A good selection of ley spent Monday in Palatka., for three years, FFA Sweet marches. Vicar. home was among those chosen -

There were a few raindrops, beach. County Clothing Chairman.A books on nature, outdoor subjects Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagg- heart in her Junior year Ushers for both nights were to attend aH Club
which vanished as the first At noon, the three abovementioned skit. "Life in The. Rocket and animal life is avail- lund, Sr. will go to the MethOdist played basketball four years Rita Tiller Donald Williams METHODIST CHURCH Short Course, June 11-16, at

guests arrived so it was a hostesses and Mrs. Age" will be narrated by able.Enrollment Conference at Lakeland, and powder puff football two I Marian Fredricksson, MELROSERev. the Florida State Universityin
lovely sunny day for Mrs. Irene Williams will serve Mrs. Lou LaFair with home starts on May June 4.Carolyn. years. She performed in the I Jimmy Downs, Margaret Tallahassee.Mrs. .
Allen Graham to install the punch and cookies to their demonstration club members 29, and the club itself will Veraeulen of Pa- Junior Class play and was a I Slade, and Paul Hull, all Ju- Kenneth W. Griffith, Mildred Burrows of
new club officers. She is a guests. Donations for this interesting participating. i actually begin on June 6, and latka member of the annual staff. j niors. Pastor Gainesville was visiting Mrs.
past director of District V of time will be only $1 1 Other features of the pro- run through Sept. 1. On completing her spent Saturday with Doris is the daughter of Mr. Members of the graduatingclass Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Ella Belasario last Saturday.Mr. .
cousins Dorris Virginia
the Florida Federation. per person. gram will be a chorus by the club requirements, Ford., and and Mrs. C. A. Ford and has are: Oleda Bowen, Joe Worship 11 a. m. and Mrs. Robert Seig-

Installed and charged with This is part of the exten- Meadowbrook Club, a Kitchen : members will be awardedSmoky's attended MHS all 12 years. Pete Angel, Kathryn Gornto, ler and sons. and Dr. Maurice
'their duties at this time were: sive plan the Woman's Club Band by the Keystone-Lake attractive Reading Mrs. A. C Spires, Larry She played basketball four Priscilla White, Larry Strawn. YY.YTY.9YYY..Y..Y.GRANDIN .\ Seigler, all of Palatka, and

:Mrs. Olive Stevens and Mrs. has for raising money for Geneva-McRae Club, and a Club certificate, suitable for Strawn, and Chris Spires years. was a member of Future Mary Tyre, Jacqueline Guthrie Mrs. Mildred Burrows of
spent last weekend in Tallahassee
Bert Christoffers Sr. to the their building fund Gainesville were Sunday visitors
pantomime by the Penney framing.. Homemakers of America Chris Spires, Jeanette
Board of Directors; Mrs. Lucille the summer. Watch for the Farms Club. The children may check out Evans Spires. Mr. and Mrs. for four years performedin Ahrano, Edward Varnes, at the home of R. L.
Davis, corresponding secretary next interesting and novel club books two at a time Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Allen the Junior Class Play, and Rose Cook, A. M. Beck, Maud- By Mrs. Rebecca Brantley&AAAAAAAAAAAALLLAAAAAA Seigler.
; Mrs. John Bird recording idea they have. and take theh home to read. was on the annual staff. ie Tyre Jim Eichelsderfer, Our pastor and his wife,
and of Jacksonville visIted
secretary: Mrs. Fremont Much of the credit will go ded. along with the servicesof Each member will receive a sons .Miss Bessie Ridenour president Paulette Tyre, Bessie Ride- Rev. and Mrs. Alton M. Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Al- .
Tolles, treasurer; Mrs. to Mrs. Leo LeBlanc for untiring Mr. Mann. reading record card, a Smoky len of the Senior Class will nour, Carol Sue Hurst, and Friends are pleased to note of Palatka announcethe
John Karges. 2nd vice presi- effort .at ticket distri Mr. Chance suggests that if button. Smoky pledge, and a Ada Ford is visitingMr. make the welcoming address. Doris Ford. that W. C. Burnes is imProving birth of a son on May 24.
dent and program chairman; bution. you are making a call to report bookmark when he enrolls in here attended
Mrs. Herbert Nelson 1st vicepr&dent Lions Entertain a drowning, be sure to the club. and Mrs. Sam Jones in Hillyer; second place. Mrs. C. Wise, Sara Baldwin. John Allen from a recent heart Baccalaureate Several from Services at the
and finance chair- School Patrol West Palm Beach. W. J. Steve attack. He is still confined to
Safety give the exact location and C. Maxson and Mrs. Morris, Diana MinI School Sunday
man; and Mrs. Julius Han- The Keystone Heights Lions to have someone posted on I, Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon has Grolick; third place, Mrs. I ton, and Nicky Chiapini. Doctors Hospital, however. Melrose High
eon president. Club met at the Den on Mon- the highway to direct the rescue they had finished eating at been on the sick list. Marie Dent and Mrs. Kay Award Day was Friday Mrs. Walter J. Moody hasSiNCERE night.
The tea table set in a day night. May 28. They decided groups. Any delay caused the beach. Ralph Cason and daughter Segur; fourth place Mrs. G. morning in the auditorium. .
shady nook was covered witha that their next dinner by giving exact information The dinner was served by Diana Jane spent Sunday M.Allen Jr. and Miss Bessie After giving recognition to
lace cloth and held delicious meeting, June 11, would be a will be more than made up members of the Junior Wo- with his parents Mr. and Rutherford. students with oustanding at- i'; MY THANKS
refreshments on glimmering Charter Night Dinner, with ,in time saved by the Rescue man's Club. Mrs. R. M. Cason. SCHOOL ACTIVITIESThe tendance, other awards were
crystal and silver. Mrs. John all Charter Members the Units being directed to the KHS Sophomores Bunyon Kelley Jr. attendedthe Senior and Junior Beta presented by members of the ,

Bird presided at the tea and guests of the Club. Bill Be- proper location immediately. Enjoy Class Trip Gainesville High School Club members of Melrose faculty. Carol Hurst received To all of you who -_---_-
coffee table' assisted by Mrs. lote was presented with the :Airs. Cunningham Performs After a year of hard work prom Friday night. High held a party Friday the Valedictory Award Doris 0
Leo J. LeBlanc. Mrs. James Key Award of Lions Interna- Patriotic Service the boys and girls of the The Young people of the night at the home of Mr. and Ford received the Salutatory expressed your confidence

Cook poured punch and Mrs. tional for gaining new mem- Mrs. Blanche Cunninghamof Sophomore Class, six chap- Methodist Church recently Mrs. Clarence C. Holden. Award, and Bessie Ridenour in me by giving _

S. E. McKay kept the guest bers. Lake Geneva has been per- school, to giv ethe teachers enjoyed a party at the Rissell homeof Those attending the outing, got a medal for being presi-'! me your vote and reelecting T
book. Mrs. Harold Button, Jack Haberstroh reported forming a patriotic service at took the day off at Daytona Mr. and Mrs. 'which featured swimming and cent of the Senior Class. School _
chairman of the social committee that 35 members of the School the Keystone Heights Ceme- : Beach on Saturday, May 26. Nobles.A refreshments included, Carol Awards were also given for ; me to the

was assisted by Mrs.I II I Safety Patrol had been en- tery for a number of years. ; The group left from the school revival was- held last..week... Hurst, Doris Ford, Larry Miss School Spirit, Oleda i Board on May 29. I am

David Nelson and Mrs. J. O.! tertained by the club at Key- She has been decorating ve- house at 7 a. m., on Mr. at the BaptistChurch.Rothhammer. cele-' Strawn Oleda Bowen, Marian Bowen; Honorary Science I deeply and humbly grate- __ ___
Himble. tone Beach on May 25. after terans' graves with flags every Mooneyham's school bus, arriving Glynn award Larry Strawn; Best: 0
Slade, Bessie will continue to
brated his birthday May 24 Bass, Margaret ful and
Mrs. Carl Wistrup won the which they were guests of Memorial Day ever at their destination: All-Around Boy and Girl. ___
door prize, a silver vegetable, George LaRue at the Mini- since the first Veteran was about 9. There they enjoyed' with a family party at his 0 Ridenour, Joe Pete ,Angle Joe Pete Angle and Carol:I serve you to the best of

dish I Putt. :. burled there. There are now swimming, and seeing the, home. Virginia Ford Babs McLaugh- Hurst; Homemaker of Tomor- i my ability for the next f o
Photographs of the installation -, At the 'conclusion of the 1* veterans in the cemetery. sights at the boardwalk, including Winners at Melrose First .lin:Cathy Webster, Jean Live- row award, Oleda Bowen; ,.: four _

were taken by Mrs. meeting, thE.. Lions formed i. Among them are two brothersof rides, miniature golf' Bridge were and: Miss place Iva ly. Ken Tomlinson, Hilda Outstanding Home Economics years.I _
Bert Christoffers ,Jrf work detail to install new Mrs. Cunningham veter- etc. There were close to 40 Mrs. Mary'Cook Student, Doris Ford; Most i sincerely appreciate i -

Unusual Breakfast trash cans along Lawrence ans of WW I, and two of her, persons in the group. Chaper- of Community Churches has Troop 190each held cere- Outstanding FHA member your many courtesies
To Benefit Club Blvd. thereby discouraging sons veterans of WW H. ones were Charles Davis, Mr. been distributed. Mr. and monies last Friday night. The Barbara Whitehead; Chapter during the campaign and #
On Friday June 1. the "Litter-Bugs." Those having relatives who and Mrs. Mike Burges, Billy Mrs. Hgen are to be compli- Cubs held their monthly Star Farmer in FFA Philip I
Keystone Woman's C 1 u b Fire Dept. News are veterans buried there Goodyear, Lane Sibley. and mented on the fine work they Pack meeting at which time Finley; Chapter Star Green- I I hope I will have the

members and friends will The Keystone Heights Vol, should be grateful to Mrs. Mav Mooneyham. are doing for this state or- awards were made and short hand, Troy McGuire; Public I privilege of seeing each of you in the near future

make up a caravan of pro- unteer Fire Department met Cunningham who performs School Out June 6 ganization.St. skits were presented. For the Speaking Award, Carson and thanking you personally for your support.
gressive breakfasters 'assembling Tuesday. night May 1, with I this self-appointed duty. The boys and girls of KHS William's News girls it was a Court of Johntry; and the Farm Me- ;
at 9 a. m., at the homeof 19 members present. Typing Class Visits will have their final day of Mass every Sunday is at Awards, plus a "graduation"for chanical Award to Jim Eich- I I
Mrs. Bert Christoffers Sr., Fire Chief Everett Fox reported Clay Electric Offices exams on Monday June 4. 8:30: a. m. until further an:- the girls who were movingup elsderfer. FFA members who : GRATEFULLY,
where they will enjoy fruit the following incident Thursday afternoon, May June 5, they will be out of nouncement. We supposed everyone into the Senior Scout have been selected to attenda ,,
Juice and a morning greeting. for the month of April: April] 24, Charles Davis of the Bus- the County Council PTA Spelling knew this but every Troop. Awards were made of state-wide Forestry study

7. Mr. Ltgett of Park of iness Education Dept. of Key- ] Bee held in Green Covea week-end we get a call or two Second Class Badges as wellas were Carson Johntry, Troy A. E. (Bud) Anthony
Keystone RestaurantDinners Palms heart attack dead on stone Heights School, and his work day, and on Wednes- of inquiry about Mass time, many proficiency badges McGuire. and Walter Wilson. :

Lunches Sandwiches arrival of fire department: typing class of 20 students day, June 6, the students will so we thought it a good idea and a few girls received the Johntry McGuire, H a n c e
Complete Food ServiceTo April 11, brush fire Lake Geneva visited Clay Electric Cooperative return to school for their final to include it in this column. Curved Bar Pin- the high- Weaver and Paul Huff will (Pd. Pol. Adv)

Take Out I ; April 11. grass :tire where they were taken I reoort cards. We might add that we are est award in Girl Scouting.. attend the FFA Convention.I
Opal Lake; April 12. brush on an hour and a half tour Keystoners Make Showing happy to give that information St. Anne's is very proud to DC -- 0
Open 7' A. L-S P.M.- fire, White Sand Lake; 15th. by Charles Hutchinson. The In Spelling Bee at any time however. the Sponsor of two such fine

Closed Tuesday brush fire Silver Lake; 17th group visited the transportation Miss Marjorie Moss of Orange Thursday May 31, is a Holy groups, and heartily commends KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE!
Btwn. Standard & Gulf Station grass fire Nelson Point; 21st, department, engineering Park was the winner of Day of Obligation Assention the volunteer leaders .

Keystone Heights brush fire. White Sand Lake; department, and the printing the County Council SpellingBee Thursday and Mass was who have done such a splen-

-- 21st House Lake Brooklyn department where they saw held in Green Cove held at St. William's at 7 a. did job.Marriage.

total loss; 22nd, forest fire, how the "Kilowatt" is produced. Springs on Tuesday evening m., and at 5:30: p.m. at St. Of Interest BUSINESS DIRECTORY
INSURANCEAuteFfreCanialty Hwy. 21, near Barnhill Fish They were also amazed at May 15. Naomi Vaughn. Edward's in Starke. Mrs. Essie L. Pate and

Camp.A the IBM machines and how daughter of Harvey Vaughn, June 10, 11, and 12 will be Paul C. Thaggard, both of
Bonds and Allied Lines letter from the Community they seem to actually 'think.' came in fourth place. She is Forty Hours Devotion at St. Keystone Heights, were unit-I When.It Cornea To
Reynolds Insurance Church commending the Something' To Consider a sixth grader in KHS. Com Edward's in St rke. Keyston- ed in marriage on May 19 in APPLIANCE DEALERFRIG1DAIRE INSURANCEGO REAL ESTATEC.

Fire Dept. for services rendered The best things in life are ing in 5th place was Danny ers will take part In the services Kingsland, Ga. FIRST CLASS!
Agency during the Woman's Club freeso the saying goes. We Byrd, an 8th grader at KHS, of course. Keystone Chapter O.E.S. J. Pete O'Connor
W. L. Reyneto Fire was read.President don't know who said it, but the son of A. D- Byrd. Mrs. Altar Boys for June will be PaYs Honors Geo. E. LaRue

Ph. 2442 : 2701 Lew Muir demon- it's still true. It doesn't costa William Beam was one of the as follows: June 3, Lee sutton Keystone Chapter OES 279 Keystone Heights REALTOR

KeyaUne Height, FUuKeystone strated thelie of Geiger cent to read a book; yet judges. and George Allen; June 10, honored mothers at their May Sales and Service Agt. For TRAVELERS REAL ESTATE
b--- '- ---t.-- Counters in measuring and reading can open wonderful Community Church News David Schaeffer and Herbie 115, meeting. An impressive Yeoman's Electric Insurance Company
monitoring amounts of radi- new worlds. A book is a small Community Church Sunday Nelson; June 17, Jimmy Fox I ceremony was given by 12 of ServiceMelrose HomeOwnersAutomobile MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
ation in food. He now has thing but it holds all the Services was begin at 10 a.m. and John Allen; June 24; David the officers when they presented Fire Keystone Height. Phone 429?
two complete units and more; riches of the past and present starting Sunday June 3, and Schaeffer and Herbie Nel- to Mrs. Beatrice La- GR 5'tSl1AUTO Tel 4692, Day 4325, Kite

Beauty ShopRay on order. all the promise of the continue at that time throughthe son. Boys to serve Tuesday vey, mother of Mrs. Beatrice
Richard Weghorst gave in- future. We who have easy access summer. Sunday School mornings win be: June 5, Lee Schroeder [Past Worthy' Ma- LITTLE SANTA FE LAKE
& 'Lois Olsen struction and demonstrationof to a free public library will, start at 8:45: a. m., Instead -. Sutton; June 12, DavidSchaeffer tron of two years] a.red rose. Keystone
,"AU Fonns of Beauty Culture' mouth-to-mouth breathingand are Indeed fortunate. Our I of 9 as announced last ; June 19; John Al- Her bouquet of the love flowers Baker EnterprisesAuthorized Furnished Home.

One of Our SpecialtiesHair external heart massage, Keystone Heights Branch of week. len; and June 26, George Al- was then complete with Millwork Shop 3 bedims, guest house, dock,
Cutting using a lifelife dummy as a the Clay County Public Library The trustees will meet on the pinning on of a red rose U-Haul Trailer Dealer CABINETS DOORS FURNISHED

Pixie-Swan Back- subject. Several of the mem- is open each day, Tuesday Monday. June 4, at 7:30: p.m. lejyMembers ,ot the ,alar Society corsage by her daughter, and Auto Repair 21 Hr. Service WINDOW FRAMES spacious lot, many trees, price
Feather Cut bers practiced on the dummy through Friday from 3 till in the educational building. reminded that their the presentation of a Life Bait Shell Gas & Oil SCREENS and terms see:
Rr McKays Realty 3 of the Women of are Worthy Ma- Available 24 Hrs.
after the lecture. '1 p. m., and on Saturday from Circle for the VA. Membership by Trim Materials
Keystone 2941 Mann Saves the' Day You the Church enjoyed a picnic comfort bags Ernestine Eisenacher. Portable Electric Welding Associate Edna Martin.
Mr. 10 a. m. till 2 p. m. are Hosoital in Lake City are due tron. -- _- Sub Made To Order
and borrow lunch at 12 noon Thursday, Lavery, who is so 2 Jtt So. on Rt. 100
in "Mamma"
It has come to the attention welcome come : should be }la.
by June 10. Bags Keystone Heights TeL 42&:i Keystone ,
W. J. 4656
of Mrs. Heights
Members. Keystone
at the home all Chapter
just browse. dear to
Director or
of Civil Defense 12 in. wide'and 14. in. deep Phone 41W
Chance in the case Lions Elect Officers Grolick, chairma" Organization box was then escorted to a' seat NURSERY
Ray contain small
other business matters mother
The Votersof of Sonny For New Year and of honor. The oldest
4 To of the near-drowning of tissues, pocket comb, toothpaste REALTORS.
Burnett. 18 and Kemal New officers of the Key- were taken up. shaving cream, talcum in the Chapter. Mrs. Daisy Edna Williams Clemens NurseryOver

Clay CountyI I Farah. 19 at Lake Brooklynon stone Heights Lions Club for Circle 5 or the Women of powder, toothbrush, pencil Hall and the youngest mother FLORIST-NURSEBT 600 Varities of
May 18. that Ray Mann 1962-63 are as follows: Presi- the Church met at 2:30: p.m. stamped envelope, and small Mrs. Paddy Gilrie. also received FLOWERSFor Shrubs Trees Oouseplants E. RealtorLake
an employee of Clay Electric ident Charles J. McGlave: Thursday at the home of Mrs. amount of paper. Also a return red rose corsages. All Occasion Citrus & Azaleas Palms I McKay,
wish to express my sin- First Vice President, Tommy chairman with Mrs. A. C. Mingledorf and
was one of the first persons Bertha Jones post card addressed to Melrose Phone: OR 5-2331 Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Front Property. Homes
cere appreciation for to arrive at the Millican; Second Vice Presi- her co-chairman, Mrs. R. A. this organization.News Mrs. Elva Scott were electedto 3i/2 Miles East of and Acreage.Keystone .
your confidence, and the scene. It was he. who started dent Dick Spence-Thomas; Gaunt assisting. This was a From St., Anne's membership by affiliation I Keystone Heights
support given me in the mouth-to-mouth breathing on, Directors, George Schaefferand social and business meeting. The Episcopal Church Women from Jacksonville and De INSURANCEAn Heights-Ph. 3071

recent Primaries.. Burnett who had stopped George Phelps; Secretary Vacation Bible School win will meet Wednesday troit. Mich. chapters, respec- Insurance Barings Flan NURSERY STOCK

breathing. Mr. Mann contin- Joseph Wildt; Treasurer, be held June 25-29, from 9 a ,' June 6. at 10 a.m. The evening tively. If You Live It's a Saving Azaleas 50c & up
I take this opportunityto ued this treatment until the George Massa; Tail Twister m. until 11 a. m. The theme branch will meet Tuesday -. Mrs. Scott is chairman of a Insurance S' to 4' Azaleas Special $2.00 ea. Winifred H.
congratulate Dr. R. arrival of the Keystone John E. Beidler; Lion Tamer, will be "Adventuring with June 5, at 7:30 p.m. gift table' and is assisted by If You Die It's! Landscaping Material Available

M. Paterson, who will Heights Fire Dept with a re- Carl Benson. Christ. The Mission 'Board meeting (Continued on next Page ASK YOUR GULF MAN See Our Plants Before You Buy CRAWFORDRej.

be our new School Board suscitator.In The reguar' Dinner Meeting at the I Community Church members is set for Wednesday at 8 p. L. R. Brault O..c. Carnes Nursery' Real Estate Broker
held 14.
on May
Mr. Chance's opinion!, will be interested to
member Disk 1 and
Masonic HalL Six new 26 gal. m.Children's THANKSI Keystone IIgIItLTeI 4558-4151 Florahome 6844665
him this immediate use of mouth- know of the News Bulletin en- ConfirmationClass CARD OF Lake Properties Acreage
promise my coopera- Mr. trash cans for the city have Communi .meets each Saturday at
to-mouth method by "Fellowship STOREShaughneuy's
titled PACKAGE Ranches Business City
tion for the continued wish to thank all my
been the Lions
ordered by INSURANCE
Mann was in. a large degree que -A. Unity of Spirit serv- 10 am. After school closed
Homes Rental
friends for their cards prayers *
progress and bettermentof responsible for the saving of plus 6 swing-tops. Total expenditure ing the Lord." Initiated, compiled they win meet each day at a
"We Take A Personal Inters
and expressions of con- Insurance
Jack Murrhee
Clay County Sdiools.SINCERELY the life of Sonny Burnett. In $34.72. Lion and .mimeographed by time announced by the Vicar. during recent ill- PACKAGE 8TOEB In Tour Requirement
cern my
Haberstroh asked for several
addition this reflects the Mrs. Frank flgen, secretary of The Adult and Teen-agers AgencyGeneral OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY
ness. The long days of convalescence
outstanding Safety TrainingProgram volunteers to help out at the the Organization of Community -, Inqu1rers i Class meets each CLOSED SUNDAYS Midway: Keystoa HeifhtaBhray
brightened -
have Insuranceflre
T. Luke GlennanPd. conducted by Clay School Patrol Outing at Key- Churches. So far this year,, Sunday at 8 p.m. Bonds Keystone Melrose HJgairty KolloIt
by your thoughtfulness Casualty -
stone Beach on Friday May -
Electric Cooperative. All per- under the State Presidencyof The two Scout activities
Also ..
25. Mr. LaRue had asked the which has been a constant Anted Lines 21-Opea SsaSays68S4&1 -
PoL Adv. sons connected with this safety Prank Hgen, two publications sponsored by St. Anne'aCubI Blue Pine Package Store ft BuBt
( ): boys of the Patrol to be his source of encouragment, Keystone Heights, 2731
305 and Girl Scout
program are to be commen- of the Florida Fellowship I 100 Sot
guests at the Mini-Putt after Q. Loudon --- _

-- ------ -- ---- --- b -< ''--'--'-'-_... --.... ---.-.. .. - ...-' -- .---- -'

------I -r---u---i-i-i- - .-----w 1LW _
' _

.. -
_ _ _

N 45 Ft of Lot 1 &
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyyvy,1p family for a few hours. On I rens,on .Sunday. i Sat Williams SDI
Tokyo at the InternationalArts Moraine: Worship, 11 a. m. I Lot in XW 4 'of S 25 Ft of Lot 2 _
and Crafts in Florence Wednesday other friends, Mr. 1 I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Barber SWU as Dese in of Blk 47 in L T f.- ACT S 4\1
KEYSTONE Youth People, 7 p.m. Pioneers &: Cos S/D. S 2 Slmf.f.DI
Deed Bk 70 PG '
Italy. He is returning home and Mrs. Gordon Lopston of 1 and son of Macclenny. Harry : .' Lots 2 of Blk 4$ in E<
3OIExR/Win -S
6 p. m. Guayalquil Equador called at '' Adkisson and son, and HarrySmith Nat Williams' SID !9 e '?! LevyLenn. -. .11.SI L T & Cos S/D SI & 'J jWi arne i.llt
by way of the USA, and will i .. -. i ,-iF. 'l'{' f .
HIGHLIGHT I the Martin home. I'I' and: sons of Gainesville : ."' t', ,a410&S20'ofWj ; ...;.,., '
make a special trip to Key- Beg at SW cor of W1j of Lot 1 of Blk -

A -< stone Heights to visit his old ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Sunday visitors of Mr. and. .visited....,.... the"B.,- Redding. f am- XWU pf SWU & : ; S .;. ,'-S- j'
... CHURCH, KEYSTONE I g; : : run .E along 1, of Lot 2: Blk 10 : Supply", 31.3
S*g. -?* v ,- friends whom he knew when Mrs. H. C. Wainwrighf! were i 11y d11ri11g :W Line 560 Ft L T &: Cos Add (;S 5 iers

[From'Mrs.'Kifty Rev. Wm. W. Worstall, Vicar Rhoden of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson "- S .'
PeVeangPage" ,", ] they were stationed in Japan.! Mrs. Reba j for POB. X 200 Lots 13. & 14. of 1 .,
-'M .. .- Daily Morning Prayer 8:30a.m. and Mrs. Walstein Alday of visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Ft. E 50 Ft. S Blk 24 in L. T. &: w. L S mrn.vaU .46. ;:>
Prom Keystone Heights, he 00Ptto U Sec Cos Add -
McGIave. will to Dayton Ohio to Daily Evening Prayer, 5 Gaine. vine. II '!. Starling Sunday* after-* Line 'W .along U t. 'f -' "- ; ,. -: .' ,'. ;' Lots 3 & 4 of. Blk S .t.Lawtoni 1 74.25
go ? i 11:
Hosts for the social hour 9:30 a.m. .t. '' ".. J- .. 1 in Temples Add .
p.m. Sunday, Mrs! Mary Belle Robertsonhas rnoon.. .. SeeLine50Ftto. ''i 1 '. .1.: .,
attend an international seminar 822 !?: Lennon ""'f 5 6'SS S Lot. 8 '. ,-1
2 Levy W 56 Ft of
were Mr. and :Mr.;. H. L. Own- Holy...Eucbarist OIl 1st and I returned tp Jjer iou in J-I.. 'and Mrs. W. J. .WiM- tQB. t ; t f. ..: .& -" .:-I,-f *.',> '. v .* : &W.55Ftof JTH-.i : .7' '. : .
sponsored< b the.P atioa -.- -' '
I t :!
? : ; '
bey Mr. and Mrs. Frank'Jon- 3rd Sundays each month: Tampa after several weekS son are spending some lime W' 5ft-'o X n.. of Lot "9 of Blk 19 :
r' .
Cash Register Co. j of S 356* .of W!. Add ? "
in Temples
es, and Mrs. Kitty McGIave, Morning Prayer on ;2nd! and with relatives here. with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 4 ,,
Miss Dea Browning of Pal-! f'SWT4of'SWi6' '* Blk 3 Ex 1 Lot'in ; i
1 States'Const
who substit tecfi"MiSS'Max- atka the weekend guest 4th Sunday. Litany Serviceon l' Mr. and Mrs. David Ferand !!jj: $s wd ch r.eji.Jn Jacfcr's6nvflle ExR7Wj.. -j.:. # : Southern fc.Supply Corp :HOBeg. NW cor 100' X & !
was -S -J S 4 "' '
me Jones, whb is still at col any 5th Sunday Evening son of Jacksonville and '' .' : Sby52j'E&W: ;

lege.The of"MisS Saturday Sara Mrs.Lou; O'Connor.O'Connor Prayer, 5,'p.m. I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carter- ,of I I_ #yt Maceo T: pn.qf Wajdo. Cor. 300'of:.E Inter.of NE of. T:..,,-'. Lots in Dowling 3 & Uof.Rlk'SiD ." '.,'J : I. ..'t.ht\1. '. ;'

On : ,
June 5 chapter meet- During Lent Litany and Maxville 'were 'Visiting Mri visited: Mr. and Mrs. BobbyShe'isTklrs. Old Lawtey Rd 4' ;( S 2 in City Park. .' 'J.flAtnoId'" -, : 'lU
sister :r .
Lou her J' c r -Si'
ing will have members and topk1(6ara:.. Meditation each Wednesday-- and Mrs. WJpam "Patrick' Dyal-i.c SUIJclay: ry. Lamar' St, N JOT \._,", : S'y; Lot SID'1% of Rlk..3; ia .. r ..I.I ghC'J.: lOla
brother '
officers honoring Venut and Jfp.pcyIJ.! her guest.Billy 7:30 p-m. I and fa'mily Sii1Lj3{ : '-.- -. \ .Th1..."' ,.).'s"1119.r GI th r: t I 50 fi 50'to.. .FOB S100W. S 'i., :i Jtogers Curry ,. '. 26.78, City. Park S/D ,. .. : "100';i'Pau'. i.tf'E: tKn% ".

as well as her weekend ,{ o'i i .
Vincent Brice Gainesville, > Mrs. Horac? Cox'of Waldo 1 Mr. and :Mrs. Richard Hun- Cora at SW cor of n f : -
Jacksonville to ice- E. Beg at XE cor of'i, ... '
to 500', \
i pea, I SWi, X l.
past Grand Matron and Patron :the Colesium cele- FIRST BAPTIST Visited. Mr. and Mrs. wP; L.Dinkins sinker and children of JackspnviUe 2,00' for POB. E SEU of XEU run ; '.. -

skate at i jto.3Jxfi afternoon X 106". W-50'; W335FtS30:: Ft
of the State of Florida KEYSTONjP HEIGHTSJ. } Monday and spent Sunday 50 S
: S
brating Sara Lou's 10th birth- -i.i- -3Jlf-iJ. PQItbeTlag S to FOR then ..
s-leo. to ,
isspjend ,
% .
5.3 .
and the officers who instituted "iRv: Smith pastor, Ralph Burton of Jacksonville withthe. Paul. S.1thfaintly. on ;ana. St. t! -6 82 Ossie'"., Edwards. 'S- 130 Ft S 50 Ft W ;- i. .
day. part1f'hiei'aea1l i. V. v": Com XW" -cor of -r :? 130 Ft X 50.. Ft.. S 8.14
the Chapter in November of Jacksonville I Copeland,. Minister. ,of Music. ing I .. 23 .. 21 LeIa.JCjj-4
F. L. Easterly p' SWU otSWof 4". (J .:. '"_.'-. to' POE

I960, state Treasurer Mary has been elected pres- and church orga ist. ,, this. -week'at- the.- 'tfinkiiMV. .,- ,, TBobby Libby, who S'st tion-1 SWU: r.nn: E 672.5' Com at. XE cor of r : :"" -;: "t

Laura Johnson. :!ill also be Services: Sunday School home.Mr.> ed 'at; the ':Air Force .S. 110'' for. POB 5 8E! of ;\E'.5, .. ':i. ; S
Jacksonville Chapter f Ft .
ident of nt' S 55', E 198, run W 350 ,"' '
Paul DinkfiisJr. : Orla'ndoi'was iitmn( "liisauhf c .' .. :
honored.: ;
and Mrs.
Mrs. Own- Morning I .
Dorothy His wife has .9:45 a- m. X ,55'. W-198": to 5.0i lGSFtforaPQB. ,11. ;
the .
DAY Royal
bey Brown, daughter pf Treasurer I also. pf;been elected to an office. 10:50: a. m. Training Union, ."and. David_spent the-I 'weekend .. -' Mrs. 'Georgfctnrr Sap w POB'-S.-' ', 22 6'to 23 Clinton Thence 150 Ft,S X'.50 50 Ft..Ft./ E IMSG: i 15 $6

Vera Owribey and Hector They will both r attend the 7:00 p. m. Evening services wi'th"Mr.. 'arid Mrs.: Carl' I Sunday.Mr ,Lo1of *Bk] 21n ". W 150 Ft to.rOB ._'9 6. .3 .'",',-.a"..w. '
Ownbey, is to receive a cour- State' Convention in Clear- 8:00: p. m.: You are'lnvit d'to Carter r and"'"MTj and,.:'Mrs. 'J, I : and :Mrs. Ernest 'Williams' SID Bradford.Er S." 110'Hgts Jacqueline,_ A. Moprer 9.23 3En Com' liI'Wis W of of'X&1".6 XEeor .A : -
Wellborn S
tesy initiation "the Degreesof water in June. 'Mrs. Easterlyis share family Prayer time with I.,. Dinkins. and Donald of A or. ...nV14 o.t : of 'SE'i of XE 4 '"', : } 5 i

the' Order of Eastern Star. us. Mr. and' Mrs. Dewey Harvey spent Sunday with the, S.Et.t of >TEVi" Ex S .29.31 run S 140' W 1 00'. ., ': .J', ;
the former Louella Cunningham ''' : IS < 22 .Margaret Ray. Colley lM( > for POB.
S .
1 X 105: Ftx .
Macclenny were 1C: "Priest f&mn -
Eo .
ers'd of ,
of'the and family
Ofti<; .members ; daughter of :Mrs. .1:40: Ft of N 105 W HO'. S ICO1! S ,
Woodstock of Jacksonville 9 YYY Y Y Y Y YYYYYYYTYYYTYlBy Sunday visitors of. Mr: lIarvey's Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ben- 5Ftof E%' of NW E 119'. X. 100'.1.0 ,
Chapter! Blanche Cunningham of Lake -of,:'SEU'Qf XEU J' Rogers &. .Mabl Battle, 19.71 FOR 29 ( 22T.2 EdwardJames' Gtfj--5-- i iLot 7 0'
of which she will sister, Mrs. Mamie : neft, Mrs. Hazel Tanner, of
1 in Scor S S S
bepproe a meniberplan to Geneva. I" LA W'T E Y"T'I Futch. Gwenn arid Oral, and Mr. andMrsTPaul 90Ftof'X' 103* Ft -. 5 Lot 4 of Blk z : S ... S
Cmdr. and Mrs. Dennis I "Bennett guests kof""E% of Xlof W1-, 100' X & S by 123'E : j
attpnd this "ceremony. Co and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt I Vere. Gaskin ; : .0-.::. "..
Szabo of the Keystone Club I Mr. .. SEJ4 ofiE. &.09 & W in W. Thomis"r
Alice Ifunter
Hosts' for the social hour weekend : Enza Blanchard and children of Lake Butler at' a birthd Y dinner in honor Ex W _10( Ft 28 6.' 22 Add "h;: f. ,', "J'1\*1*

Mc- Estates had as their I dfnner''g estS of John!Bennett ''and Mr. .nd.. EH of SE'4 of : ... Lots.J :2! & 3 of Blk ". d .r, '.)9
will be Mr. and Mrs. S, E. guests Mr. and Mrs. Terrence. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .A..A..I..A..A..A.AA.A.l. were Saturday the ;SEUvof.'EU. Ex' % Mrs: W. T.vTompkins :1. ...;J i 'in Gaskins Add ,
--------------------- at 22
Kay Mr. an4 Mrs. S. E. Kennedy and daughter, and!1 of Mr. a "Mrs. J."fcPfe'vaU.: Mrs. Troy Bennett 1 W 1 A- 28' .. '
Q'Brien W'h 'of SEU of Lot 4 of Blk 2' in "- .,S, .
Sqjlay.A : ;
-Schedule T L. Statp. Farm. .
Gertrude VBS
and Miss : .
Mrs. Raynor Lindahl, wife of ) Visiting Mr: .and Mrs. .. 1jQf XEU, '. .. S. Butler Crt SID 5 ,' :.,

Houser. the well-known New York i Vacation Bible School will Wainwright this week 'were ,. Th..e, jiurche! .. Ex W 66 Ft'Ft''&' 28 1. 23EdA. B., Mills.. .'.61 Lot 1 of Blk 2 But-- S ,.5, ..
Ex E'9,0 S.'DCom .
Fun and- Frolic Mark City artist, and formerly of I I open at Grace Methodist t D.'ari'' Wainwright' 'k(' New < Grace: Methodist: Church. Bk..-M..f1 x. 1 Lot onS < Mer Crt at SE cor of ', ; \ Torode.ett1' : ''i' 40!?

Final' Family Night'On Stockholm Sweden.We Church on Monday June ll, Xork, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Higm School 9:45: a.nj. Horning Sde. .Being' 220 of 2, '. XE*"* of SWU 4; lv.' ?: ;' ," : )t v '
.,. ... Ex W' by: 15.7 ; J' Ft toRd notOIIyt.S
Ft 830::
Wednesday night May are sorry to hear that with the following schedule: rbot1am l. ,of Oc ala,"andj:MiM .Worship, 11 am. MYP .each'Wednesday -Ft N .&;*S on ,;W run thE'n"W X 150) -- .".. ..... -boI." _": $of":. fHI

23', the final Family Night Mrs. Frank Ilgen is in the Each morning 8:30: till 11 Mrs. "Frank' Waifiwrljhtad i I ., .8 ,.m. Side .by,'84.7 Sid'4'a'Ft. N 'L., 830 Ft -E, 150F.t 29 22 ,,; ." ,
-: "" &- S on E 73.0! to ,ron V, *
Supper of the season 'was held hospital a few days this week o'c1ockKindergarten [age* son. of. Jackonirthe.I,.., ,.. First ,Baptist: Sunday' Blandlng S/D : '.. __,J.iIgin:: ; ,W. Smith. Tract A of Westpin* rD .

at the Community Church. e4- for tests. 4-51: ] ; Primary [grades 1-31), Marvin" .treIlJlM .dauh- Scho l10; a"Jo Morning .Worship S $/ Es 13 190 Ft W Toroh S Jr:. 31.43

ucational building, 'and it wasa Oakey has ,Junior [grades 4-61. 11 a.m."BTtf; 7 p.1n.; :, Lots 5. 6, 7, 8 Blk racjAofWetplp.e. U'Z < 'f"J
Mrs. Josephine te.fsp. $ ;f{aturda .;wit? J4r.i '-12 in orig town' ) Control & S/D ET R 180" .
huge success bringing the returned'from a visit to South The Junior High boys and I and Jdii J 'E. WarfejT.,.Mrs. Evening' s rvice:'8 lp.m. PfayMeting' ,'f. JJtatke. i Florida Chemical Co. 9.23 'Wiof 'CE'' ,of S 3.. W". Thomas, 18 Ii;>>

girls will meet at the home i *vr> Fir; \ #,< ? '.Wednesday.1: ? t NE4. i. S 1',: of S- "u.' "
close. : .
rollicking 'eK eac1 '
to at "I, lib
season a Florida to her cottage Alva Fowler *ndf children, of. .. .Lots 5 & 7'of BJk : : E4 of' NE'.t Waf J 'WTh6nai.. S .
of Mrs. Orville Bumgarnei 1 .oft t ,e t S3 21 ... .
town. .. S _. ... '
Mrs. Charles Wallenius presided Feather Courf. She is p.m. .. 13 in prig T. Marshall SS.SflL. Rd ;
,}ypile.. .r cksol1yI.} i e.t1t waj-' .... -' L' Mrs. W. 5
from 7:30. until 9 m., June:: } ) Starke ,
over the informal din- much improved after f p. pf ".,' .. .. "' ; ; 5. .
feeling of
t>: Vv atSE -ror
Com ..
14. '" 'r ;" z.a a' .. .. '. ,
11 through I d S "
ner, had guests introduced,, her recent convalescence from ; .J Com i-at- SE cor. of Blk 52: run X 330' S 5-
,,,..,.. 1 14;' & run W POR. run W. .
Graduation for .
Nor: 'iE-c f :
and gave a warm welcome to I accident. ,..;: ; .5 : : .: -
an E E' 50'
that 'the following described lands 55 Ft N 40 Ft. 50', X 50 .
all. Group singing followedthe Mr. arri Mrs. Gather Queen I Baccalaureate, Service in will Notice be sold Is at hereby Public-given Au ttoft at 12:00: o'clock noon on' the'8tb 22 Ft. N 25 H Ft. S 50*. to PQB '; : D.L..ThQmU .,:"'. l.st.1iLots .

dinner. Mrs!, Frank Ugen the Lawtey Junior High auditorium day of June. A.D., 1962.. at ..the .nfalUstCty| 4 tJy'ke, E' 33 Ft. S 65HFt A. Canova 141.55!, S ..', <
the past : : 'of
and children spent paytthe aniount..A to POB in orig : 5 Thru 10
last morning i County of Bradford. State (of .. .. S .,- .
Sunday '
program chairman had pre- weekend in Keystone with for Tares herein set opposita the same together withal coate' town of SJarke ;T S S Blk .5 in E .W 5 ,. S

pared a unique Hillbilly pro- were enjoyed by a large au- of such sale and advertisUs. : '- '>""T '5 i- <** o> -> t ffDeietlptlott E 46 y. Ft of Lots Hues S 'Q &".EH ',. 5--S -5 --.5., : ; '. : "
;Mrs., Queen's parents. Mr. and lt :3 of Blk 18 Ef '01 :Ma'gilblla 'St. ,' llfit
gram. The artists of the eve- dience. Rev. J. E. Norman, : ',-J. .44.. .g 'Ta.u- s20b't&txR/w 5 5:. 5- \dJ Ex': R/W ,H .: .' .D." ..T'':::11 \ ,":"" iil_l.. ,,", .
Mrs. Edward Bleha. Mrs .,:"T R A Ow.oe '
ning were Mr. arid''Mrs.. Floyd the pastor of Evergreen Baptist, in oi'ig town Qf j .- Bernard Emanuel." : 57.5S '. ,:r. b r \ !it S
as I> 'in. '
Queen is gtarke'i. Lot 'as es Baker 'Carol Baker Carol Church delivered an ,inspiring Com at SE cor cf ; \ .-t*. ,. 1 .' :: .' U 6. .J:!' ..,;:,.Grue.4lrn S
-- E; 21.96 Ft of Lots DB 90-116 '
former Carol! Bleha. See & run W lOS .
.. :
Gardner, Ginny Campbell, sermon. Ft lor a. POB. run & 3 of Blk 19 .Ex ,. .:V,.' ''. : at SR1cor of ,. -' zbi .", -:-,-. ,'( .- i-
Word has been received ol Commencement exercisesfor N 105 Pt'W 105 .-.. S 32Ft to 'ortg-. : L.. A. Conova. .8C.98 'SF.It', \ '4. 'I)'; \i. ,; .
X 1 t
and George Canova.Dr. illness of Mrs. C. V Ft.'-8 10'5 :Ft.E town of Sta.rk'e "./1 -)5.O2 for. FOB. S S

Holt, pastor, spoke the Coral Gab th? 30 members of thejith 105'Ft to FOB 20 6 22 Leater.:PrjsTatt 12.27 .1 Lot Deso IB Or Bk16Pd'lS6 '-ft .1 i. 4.1. 1GV JRW.671.99'.. S .:
IHelenl Brust in ,. Being a 't( 11wy
'II will be held tonight Com at SE 'cor of '\ :" '
ion grade
briefly \'to., the wgreg3: les. Friends wishing to send Sec-and run'W 315 ,;; !' i'. ." -. : 'Triangle' Between 'Xely on R/W2T2.-' S

expressing.... .the".warnv..- .. ..... ,_feeling. her a card of cheer may do I Lt, [Thursday] in the auditpf- ft for a POB run.N -.r 2 ': .. J.r"" 1 I' 'SalRR.&ThouwsonS St.: ,'" 28 6 23 Joe C. ,Warren !!.aj .i82 :S8'621.Si'. ;;E.;to::111.Bfg'U";; S 5 U .
B. In- 105 Ft. W 210 Ft. .
ium at 8 m. Hugh .
p. .
by of
fsljQwship} incurred in'at' SW .cor55of j Lot in XE cur
it to her at 29 S 105 Ft. B i210 ,
thes suppers', and. howl much so by gram principal of BHS i and Ft to PO3 :0' 22 Lester Prevatt lU'l; iWalaut & Adkins ,.... ', : 5 Lt 2 Hk! a ll.O'Sq S !" 935SJ
: -.5 D.ntH 1
Minoca, Coral Gables, Fla. Lawtey ,&: 'run W 214 F.f'S .- 5 in J M. Johns mes :fl- .
they njeajjf to ail. Mrs.. Wallenius a former principal at .: ,.')-lIIIif) '.nt..... .}6-
} Lot 9. of Elk 2 in i' Iit'. .lift Et, E 2L4 5 SID S .5 : .
Robert Lambert : .
onciuda the evening Commander will be the main. speaker. Sunny Acres S/D .:Alb.eitTY..on. U5 Jo tt.N 110 ]i't .to li5 Com at XE cur ofyrn S.' ; ,p" \ ..'*'::.' ;.
.r L. A. Canova i : .. XEU! :
returned home last Monday Martin: whois 1 Lot irt SE cor of ..t. ; i;'. -IOB- 28.22 >: of : j. ( ..
$ Miss Phyllis l .J 1 : 1i; \
ejlhank Appreciation .' .
with l\ ; s a 'W Vs: of Bit .1 S -,. LotS 'of. Blk 15 inLT 0..1'i S < 'run S U2'. W 322:> S S
Guantanamo Bay,, i : '
? in from a teacher in Quito, Equador, .1. Cos SID S 'S.5TY .
shared .5V:
rtp t aj!L: hgr.. otRfWIOSFtN&Sby'21QFtE : !1. .V 5.
Cuba.: where.hs) squadron was has arrived to spent the sUmmer I 50199' to POB.COiU ;
i out- :
f to
making ie jnnerij jIfi. AV in Temples W 62'of'Lota 3 & tW 404'? -
stadthg1scce.\ T.J .}lave ijepjoyed! for three weeks.: with her parents :Mr.' S/D Er % UB" Div .. [.!. .-4 ,.. '( 4bfBlkl6Ifll.a" :'( .. Carrie Coleman. ; ?-23 JJy; Bdry of t.P.d' S S
1'4.'W 400'on
and Mrs. Walter Martin. Bef6re Int. Z1'. 23 cieon 1rb Dowling 12.77 T & COTS Jn' 100?
been,. ..', I '.1'" I An Un Div % Int-in ', .4. t") 'E% -'Lori: &: ::2of. Rd. E 500.81'S.P.QB .6: '22< : SI.44

Personals KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : ,Doming home.she attended '1 Lot in SE cor .. ;:' -*lk17 la L T' 4;; Rudolph 'Coleman 42.7SE S 'c CQtR; ., .
COMMUNITY CHURCH the Council of Chrislian of W H 'of Blk 1 -: JL ". : ; .: :Cos'SLD" Bej at XE cor of
Umehara of Tok- ,; XWUv&
Koichero of-Lots-"l' 2tof.Blkj.lg
WaOa'-N XWU of
5 of R 2 :
yo, Japanwij. pt4ie: ripest Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister, and Missionary Alliance' in &Sby2lOE& 12.11 I in L T .C1. .Joe Coleman ,.6S ., rijnS: 361.5 W. .
Miami. Miss Martin was 'ac- in Temples S21 6 23 Gordon Thompson .,& Coa S./D 361.5' X: S61.V, B Jacqueline: Moorer" 34.95
A. Or- 6 22
.th.DavlcI George Canoya .
A. Mrs.
of Lt Col. an| '. f "-ii: ='Chev..Ino. ., S"*k- Ft.of Lot 4 P- 361.5 to POB

Nelf 'f ort 'sevejfa,! q Jays',** Mr. jjanlst and Director. 'companied to her home by t" .' ,... ,. t&...&.'. -." VofJBkJl3' } in L. T. f S,S Frank'." "L. Williams S MERRILL: EDWARDS,

Dir., Rev.! and Mrs. C. E. Umeharji haX fceei J\'I|presenting Richard Cushman, Youth R2W&NE U t -1 ,.t ,5. '" .J.j. .5 et al ..;41LD.t City of Starke. Florida

the Matsuya Dept. Storeof Sunday School. 9:45 a. .m'' also of Quito. who visited the of B 'Sof R3 W 3..otlk 44 in S 2-55 I S May 11, 18 25, Zl
I Z. Baker I
.. & 8E3ofB2S L:1 &: c.9S /1: ? I II
I : !
ori3-W&W .. I L -ritt.

Io1B1.2.SZR.3 W & E % of BI.2&iofR4WOf. S .. :c.. I II
'.. : ; :
.' 'ri ci t .
S/Q. fEx. igLisil
Temp/ H.' A. Lawson! U.27 thRthORY-

,. .:i ., 0".iiMeth- 1 R/W A Ifl NE'cor- of W 21 6. .21 .r r- E

I :
I. "'#of Blk 3 S of..R'u' 22' La'wrenci'C vRStOB} 2. I
1 .
I Beg*4 at W SW cor *otNE r) I of'i .i )Ir- ti.aeV:) ) t' .. 'I' ... ,. It ,. t.7' -- .::.. ,

\ ., I -
% Of 8WU q : : ,
55 ,
to ,run X SOS; Ft.' Sely "S.-- ,. ? -,7 .....,.''!3'-:. ::;..---, c;' n.. po '

W 423.3 347'Ft.Ft S to-JROB 179! Ft. ; t l IJTl'BlG'( = t ; = .di.SAs &SERVIC1; !:;GARDEN./sliljiiLIES, -I II ,I POWER- ,... SA. ....W. $... .

ExILotIn.NW :!l :,: '5 oi'I' ... i,I .

eor5Ft N& S 21 21I ;, Sam... Williams. fit Al 21.&1 .... 4-" "- i 4J Johnson. farii( MeCU'LLOCRCHAIN. .
by 100 Ft E &:\V O- T : t BMi&sjppI : VOLKSWAGEN ; "
Lots 6 & 7 of Blk Hu1l& I
-r-- Inc.
,.. f M t a f. 1
13 in "' -REXO b <2 Leroy, Lone Jr. n.n -BRAKEUvery ; Sale Service r- u i 'AWSNEWUSkD
; SIr.flM:
I S/D '1 -. -. '..< .1 ? S .Complete l Ur) of

ii Lot 3 of Blk 14 in K Annie. 1U. ... Presley. et al. 9.5i, S J'd'r ; gar: o.Grinding : 3'ickurn1n.g Miller.-Brown: j9i SEEDSPLAJ- ; -. 8ALE3SERVICE
Reno SD'Lot *-: i* w T -Ji : .
Xorth Beliain
of-'Blk'-l inN 2.i5 i i-4 "4 -*.' J Inc. 'FERTILIZERSInsectkides
1 Ida.. May Tjr&on. v H ir "
Reno-- SID r '. S WhJle Ygu Wait: \ S FR 't I Florida Co.
3.-85i$ -.? Soppliet!
II I I I mJ4 Lot1ofBfll7 in- < 2.'Saliyl"'p.'VilHam .h f tin St.Mup'ClainesVlU!J I,
\ N-Reno SID Doris._ i Hampt9n } 1030 E. University Ave. I We Rerit Pet11ier'8prep4e.SS ; FRI'ttll

1 ..FB.. .98t.9 .' Oainesviito I 224- N. W;. lttl"AYI} I 3538. N. E. 19th Dr.SEWING .
Lot 3 of Blk :20! in $ 2.1'Cora : .. S I
5- atne.vihe
S '
fiI X-Reno SID : : FRZ.764 I

: .Lot 4 'of Elk -22 .in Lee. AldridpA 2US RADIATORS[ .'/ ', !
,.. 'yA'UTOT Gainesville. Pla
: .
: SDLot' .1. } ..
X-Reno-; : : MA'CHIKESSewing
-, 'P' "I. -' -- .,
'of BIlL 1 in :tlo'd, Z.5 :"'; I
V PicktnL. B & G Motors Co.CALLit.PLDSMOBIL
'. J 'F Uahagan .S/D ., .!-t Butler's Radiator RIFtFEO"5" I
,' Blk 1 in .._ Machine
Lot 8'of T .
t S j-- .
3.0 ''It'
4 t. -
\ .. Gahagan SID EiJRAV AaMnJiolJev "
.. F85 HLL1IAN' : TQD/f"n.ft
; ASetvice
i i ; 0-i Servipc Co..
\ \ 'to Lot 3 of Blk 2 In ,.5 i.evy, I gnhpn %..Iiil I ''T II Sales and S ervlee "The- Record ,
l Cahagan S/D .., "<. I Most Modern,_ Cores' In Stoc 20dl "N. \\?ISthL BU' 441 BiggestLLWe' 'i' New"H ,Whit*

Lot 10".of Blk '3 in S willie'? ..' Gren. -- : 2.S:'. I' Repair" irs Ali: Cth Trucks J FR6-7M5"' chop In, toe South"HIFI '1ieicht :... .Tfafl

::: Conr Gahagan at NE SID cor of : ..\: -j. '. _.. I National Trailer Re fiW" ;0 '..,! 4 Stereo_ Component Dealer I 1 Safes & Service

.- of NW 4 .... Pilot HarmajO!: -- Karden
; GairieBVill
8EK l -:.:! s S- lfi S; W. 4th IVeV: j Repairs On All )hkes_
:; run S on E Line I'0' '.J. '! .ift8 1 KLJI ,- FaifchUd, Garrar : .
.. t "500 to '''center ) S FR DODGE .LANCERSIMCA 815ROOFIX&\V.'Un1Y .Av.5. GainNvlh.I
\ '
Ii :.: : : I of Or Rd X 72*, ',: 11i. StotLt..ks 811 w. Union Are.. OalnnvllIFR S16.lq71
.. i : : -f" I
WICOtoPOB. 2-2728
: -
4 k k\ 18' E 250': toN ''f'-' : ',"' S 5 ; ERVIC Sales. iParts"1 .:.- Service S I

Une.VMIO': S .t ,. ,,..' .. '
,'. '. '1- : LADIESVEAR i iL .. ..
.. 18 W.. 3D) to :"; ,, ; i -
'WAL.dHRYgLt& J.
: \ GR 22. -.2,' '' ': ,: 'h1 Motors "

\ RD. S- 72* 173' ,tO I >::-. ; S 'r'tm ...;:. VALIANT I PobIeCabJe S Nrr1 : The Helzel Co.
\ '
.. k I : rOB- S *'t -ilFrisd. j' : -.. 'Hicks: U:i 4QAuttiortZed'8alM-:'Pirts U9 S. E. Lite ,.v,! >>aine.uvil1, ; : C ROOFING
i-9 I 'sehlonab'

-. Eof B'.k 1 .S of ,.. ...'. ." e'.".... ......t.. Service FR: ':t-fAt i e'Address'J) *For lAdesDRESSES 1f1 a'- 'stfrar SIETAL
R2E&W4! of
; # *
Blk1 8 3'E ]
'>&E't= of.Blk 1 N :: : .. .. Hawes-Powers ,,',' r Job Too Large Or Too Smalt'
Bectric Water Heater
with flamless! { Electric Range and -of R 2 E & XWU: Sotfllk1 # .' f GQXCEETE, PROP.UCTS S Accscflni! ; !!02 8.. K. .fih': St. GalnMvUl
3 R E
; ajn' -i P'lQtor.1 i '
I .' ., CL 105 W. Uniyeriity.Gainesyille. FR 8.1411
a. ..... .a..r. Temples S/D n'S' L J Iester Itt t.T 7 OJJl\tJY11leI' _
Cora 860 E. & 30' i j* afe' 'J.-' .' .
wood-burning in todaJ'a X -of SW cor f't.. i. .' t"> ;' ;. nfz.un Y.OUR 1tER'!
flames and fames ten SB cld-ftono ".1.;" : : :; INSIST THAT AU VACUUM CLEANERS
When cook.viti.fes2sfaa dL e&idJy there's so vXWU ofSWt r. .204 N. \iainlCainesvillUKCOLN C SCRETi'PRODUCTS ,
modem kitchep.. you 100'. E 50, S 100' -S -I U.UuA I -

.' fuel grime to soil your waIls] or aWe en your "mgl..110! soot "W 50' to'POB' 23. I 21WlllltUe. ? Pierc j j.-. ,U. $ Canrl.N.: ARE T# 'JJ EST FROM S All Makes Of VacticnuIf
Cora: 8W. E & 51" N.
:.# .4 to blackep: pob .paIlL y.littheD. stays dqan ...ml1lP to of SW cor of X- t '-. .-- fc ? 5- ': J _, Edwards' Building J f Mayflower ''' It Needs Repair

too becsosft the heat goes tttWi fcto your food WH of SWH, N .
: 16 degrees cocjler. 22(tt', for JOB E --, 'o i BrinVlnToKlrbyl'iX
_and not into )our tit1'hi>n..lfaaltaL\ tc. ) I S 180'- X 50'. W ,I ': "lift' P' *: 4.i it S ;. :MZRCHITBarkley = ,, ? upply, .," LOCALTANP LONG : t V9KJ; > VACUUMS
100' S 50.to POD 23 I ,f .TT ..Rt.cJ. > '
Another nice thing about living better dacbteBf b fcanelesi water Com .at SW: cor ol .1 t.. .r I c3 tAT, t q t 128 :8. Alain. -iJTl; 2-flU DISTANCE MOVINOBtoraje I I Authorizedi Kift>ySalci DstrzIiutai

; "i fr4g..ietlng your wbola faioDy trifl ireeiate.Wi anlo SWof SW'i .5 i :*' -*vWr" C 4k; tW4.J\al l, -4a '- Oaft1uJ1llt. l'1J : And CritturGainUrffla :: Kif"'Xi i
rpn E"IU', N.3t. T .
superfest' Boper-safe. No'noise, so odor, D) constantburning : 5NRIWGTR&N 1. Partl ; '",
taatic for Pob. E' I2' ''on : nI1J
pilot am.;...nd up flue is Deeded.; Jest fyia of hot Crater in ). 5 .., Tr. I git t'-' -':: OH' tv r"o\r"" '''' ''' SLECTR1CMOTOR9 *> r. *- r j.1_1MUSIC'SUPPLIES Service

a hurry with never awoy-, and peace of T"yi tbatfa ri4 ,: 250.350";to W roB 125VS? 22- I *22 Wvfl.. --. Sotftl.et f ...- -al.. s.- ,UaeiCaria... -' .... ... : !: ,.: .' I i 1 12 I: s.9'.,...% ,. 1ft G&iae&JI.\\!!'
S Wf -r- M *
> <
.! Fat anElectrb: Range;, see your appliance deafer. For: taWaterHeater. &tris" "- Parcel, *de ft'; In DB-.. *. :- --Vj' ..... .. :, ,.' I ... S fLillian's .FB. .
: 4 i 'i f'! tl r
:. .. deafer plumber or electrical cga&acte I8.Hl .22 I" 22. Johnny. Lane. 2.!i L- -* .* 1 .
.,.j ff Parcel Desc in DB 1 V-- i f ,.: >L* 4 i i Music ,Store I I
I t US NCrane 1l&1a'a.tJJ IriMotor l
88-443 2322 -J :Walter West. .JA : WELDING
.ot55iZBlk2lnNat : SWUliams ;J 'rt 'Gz1n,.vi1te'Ledst' S I .
/ .
//J! iIjigJJAFo/eiz Lot- 21 bf BUT SID t' in -- ".'.*Cliff, .of-d.Cpllee: / ; 1 Motor'Co. Repair Co.Or .. 1 glae* un UiiiversaiWcIdiita : l { )

$o 7 .'r$ &.HEAPlR. TDO' KatWilliams SID 'JioraAe'- ..- 'T";ut .1.,'5.1.7 ANGLIA xlALtfB1WtEa? -
,45rt LARK -
sf II Lot 8 of Bik 1 GADiESTOLE. INC. CABLE i 1 PM"r.lle I
.Xat Williams: S/D Q -Butb U PeisaUll a i i EGliSUFOZD5

.' A, ". Iiy JJeda1Iion Home iith zdo iic <1r; Lot lOot Blk un i"OL: \' JStECTRIC rL4No3 .r-\"i c'L'Mc8te tt

y Williams S/0 Willie Welch is:1 i ) D i R'Z ( XXJUELETZ..... "* ,' *;, Tnik
*.ihessfkmeltssdectricapptfacet :At- 11'ofiBlk 1 Ja ) .r. T t",o r 5 ;; sr' # t' kctroa". CHORD 'u.liit-J.. ., .. -0"
Salt., qery1clI er'.fFzrJBALEJ3 OBGAK8fihut .
11.1Lot v
Nat Williams S/D S.White k si Mles.TraI1 i
rft -' 'Oui1ri ,.
J' @ AND 8E&VIC2m
[ 2 of Blk 2' otXat T : 1k : 1-- .
Y 1- 'STv., L 1" L-1>,.., .
; 1 Jj.
1l.r. .1f
t ftI
Williams S/D !ne.R1cltudsoD .4 a :'Us if uto" '

Lot* ofBlk"2 Nat' r ... .:> -,- ... -1 ,, 'rJ ,+ .... ,' : '" ...:a. I '- Btiief.g. "' .( iJp; ITi14SVOtk
FLORIDA POWER. & kJlPf COMPANY I WUlianiafiI. -, .. .. -..S ., '.,JohirA..,.. --,J'I Cammlngi4.!' 't." !:.:,, J;. -... )'. At'. e.n le fit Pt%"UI A!&' nvrStt1B. \ :! ; 'J "lJril n mp.I .

!51 .
: I I .
'p i A ? ,wrn4awo ) 4 ..ot'I6ofBlk.Nat .1. -' m
'". t'tilliap1' U 'F..I_ S. E.; Fiht 'OalNvl4iS. t I
;" Clifrord ciUC.5' .IU.tAt i1 '
r.G J&1v 1& PJq !
t.PtV&L.q I If
-" ... i Ue e' ru.. rt'- r"t Hi
20 of'Blk r in I j ,,-' S '%"6Qa \ :
: ; Horace 1.:L! 'I 7 <'- ..,....*" T
illitms SID : f
Nat I.: .-94. ., > .j.I "t- u'i > f 42M ; i4 f '
.e : .1 .f.t:! '
I ... ?-? ; rV. :
U .
-.......... .. "frts"J. NO"'"'II IWr ; Lot2: of Bit 2 in 5. I -
#.,4 i. r. S .
o, :t : # .
\ .' .

S 5 01 ... 0# ., '. . '


--. + S ._. ......-_._....,.".., a __- _"'II! ..,."" .. .' ... .
- --- -- ; to .. .. -- "
-j :;
--- - ---- --- -- *---- .. .._- -
- -- -. ---- -- -- -- ---- :___ :. 1 -.- 11---- -- .. ..- :: :: -


: -


t L' ; .EE, : : ..1 [ FOR

:,p' 1 -: .u aL'dit17TJ lunrr eLtlulwil.o'lt :; b f j
; ; I OVER
fo6 n" r '
; '
t + .re 3 y1 .l t Y' -
i' r 4[ s
At fWHt auzY r .
"* "
THE 't JUNE;' 16'AT 6 PM. IN Tft1C TaW!, & COUNTRY fIlii
,.. .. ;
:oJ I ,

ewscot' p : .,4 MerckantsStamps
:ir t' JM :

Cm.IJ" ,... 350 a .-' ..., ..It.... ..,.-..._11--.. .s... .. .. nuutNa.,,'\ ....!+,.w.....III....'oo. .". d ..',.,.,ilfly; Free ''Cl ., gt een,
t. .... ... .... .... .," ., .. :.;. .. . -e.u--, .,,yo,, .' ..' .....:"J._ :,'.""(F., : .
w ''' .". "
't '
-- '! -1-:',. -9 : "' J .. ,_
S, j"", :, P. UW :, .. .. "1i.41.. <
,1 .
I 4 ,

.M" .. 100MEI.HANTS
F I '
G -
.. .. 5 S VITAMINS
At our regular low

r F. iF ,ti. N iiiAS'3 I I EXPIRES 6-6-62 LHMOJff

t .., .,
u. @ > "
Ca 77cDWNY D t : lUUGr%A MERCHANTS n Sum*.

N" \ >>1 f1 i 7 Y CSl.OQ SIZE]
I : 'Ii III8F"Nat ,' t'ooo t" o ER : "- -. .-. .j... .- LB LB \ LIQUID SHAMPOO
\ \ ,(T -: At our regular!low price
S5 63 I I I EXPIRES 6662mimmmM
WSt:\\ aEB 1 1 1 FGtI iT/RFi
-f\ :....
11-Ot., .
.! 100 MERCHANTS 1

; ;


SOAP 2 $ RESERVED. j .. EXPIRES 6-6-62
Fl. "-
'd' 'u
!3; "C. .,a Gradfe. "A"
I-"' ..
CAMAYOAP2fc2lc r -- ,r_ 3 V GNU Sumps
{ LD... .' It our regular low price
"' 44/1I30THS % PURE.

'IVORSQAP .. .. .
.. .. -" : -- T v. --- /
L tfARMER CRAY u \ f{ .

; :44/OOTHSt! % P RE. T B"'S'RA Nh-SC--'HWEIGE LB' 49c'MAYFAIR CUBE: STEAKS 2 AC OS:$ i IO ( At CANNED our EXPIRES regular 6662MERCHANTS DRINKS low piece IiU2

1 r
------- ------- -- _
; SOAP :S cfD : ; .1 ,
O.i it..: FIRST CUT'RIB r
i iUC, or .

1 CHOPS LB 39 50 Crttn Stamps


:2ctT; ::::: rr;: Zi_ .. ..iM!" -: l "'.'mr At our regular low price

BtH HAM> & CHEESE $1.00 i1 I 11a EXPIRES 6-6-62 ttrm'i tmaEA

; P P en. .' '
" 1'1'- : 59c ,, J I i I MERCHANTS ,
"q '
-" --
e- --

Res. MRS.''.FILBERrS QUARTER' t: Al our regular low price

... 2 B4;. 2. 9.C J s"'CMARGARINE. LB 29c [ v .C ssa rYR EXPIRES' ....62

MELLO AGQ f" 3 lB >
69c r. ( MERCHANTS
-__ ;ar e SO Cr..n Stamps
i 2 Bars 4lcSf '5: I7 b LIMIT-T e POTATO STICKS
.. $1.50 '
n-- -- -- rT r 'f
x FOOD ORDER [At our regular low price

LAVA SOAP FRQflEN'WHITiHG LB 19c f- a u onKts r _
; ; :. :
a J fc? <* 1

2 Bars Cd,, 25c 601DEN FRIED SCALLOPS LB 79c H' MERCHANTS Stamp 1111Gran

i 1 LB At our regular low price
ti ti TINiiMrrT rr sreea
i Reg.. .1' : 't G LD N FRIED SMELTS IB 49c ; ( .

2.. Bars 19 .,, ; WITH $2. O _
fR'OzeN' ;: .. t:, 5 0 Grtea Stamps

WILD,'DETERGENT,,, : -"- '..o,_ __ .. ....:. ,: JUIC E660zcANs79cPliS + WITH THE \ OF
; _" __._I.U.1 ." 'IJI- LADY FAIR 1'if. 1'i\

HQU.51 DELCIOUScFLAVORFUL: Limit lwia50 Eoo l Or tell our regular low price
LA'K.ES 35C JCOCONUT rw neren

\ h. v u.. r BANANA._. ..tEA !HfM EAM\\ D IA XCo'z'w1Ied; FOOD FAIR COFFEE 116 TIN 4ge -_;

FOR H O tiVsSNA6LES. .-!J, t ;ft I I I t L aigu ,I IIIVORY 1 I
g 2. 15 OZ PIES "Z' 50 Green Stampt


t price
. ir -'-* : '. :" Sweet BUNS .rKO, 35ct FOOD F IR-ERESH; 6 200Z $100 i *** | EXPIRES I 6-...2f
f bETERGENT. c s '1 ;" t PORK & BEANS, CANS NM trekt /

I DET LADY SLICED l FAIR G/g ldH r B kj f $s/.P xy'9ii29C MILK COLLARD GREENS 303 CANS'; IOe 25 :R cH A NTs __

r I
t J..j.. / }tl A -
f r f3cj SQUASH REG 2/35ji 303 CAN Ipc At our regular low prize
FANCY sw we aem

,a'_ ICE CREAM POTATOES! 22cAHs29c r
,Bpx' ,,. + M CANTADINA 1111 MERCHANTSGreen Lfll
t ..,' EARS c i -, 45 Stamps
I -->> .
b r 'T' ::i- DAISY tPiM
: oEt \ "' : At our regular low price"
..TIDE. 1 '-; __ '. .. M PUNCH 3, 46 PZ CANS $1.00 Nt EXPIRES 6-6-62 .
TI-t <
"+ !8 r: 7t9c ( UI- j .. MILK 3 46 bz CANS $1.00a I ". .

: -. .y'_ YELIQ S 3 LBS 25'f 1
', + JD* r& "I r 's s : GALVANIZED S1J9 VALUE. 2S GrM Stamps
!" .:rE ET '>Ml 'I" ViCAL WiT 6 OZ. CUP MAYFAIR
- '
f.. .: : r ; COTTAGE CHEESE
:"". .a C { 3 FOR. 99 C I7. BRIOUETTE At our regular l low prkt
Cif Q! NTILlglg lase ..... .
1 IJARC AL. 20.0 lAG 95cICE 6-6-62

. I <"* Box 72c ; : : _. ..If/'.... .. rota : tnmTFyRg


.._: '8c n fox 79.c.. : Gt. 79c : :: 45c' f 33 f'" Leo 29 ;Y &o. 69c, LIQUID 39c LIQUID 12-Oz 39c, I',

.._ .
,: . .

I. .. L .


----- -------

YYYYYYYYYYTYYYT YY1 I May 22, in the school cafe- ored with a stock shower at 'YYTYYYTTTTTTT TYYTTTTTYYTYTTTTYYYTTYTTTYTTYY etorium ,
teria.A of Anderson Junior June 2. Starke, Florida within six cal- tate of Walter R. Swanbom,
HAMPTON Hampton town hall Monday NEWS OF INTEREST COLORED High School The public is in- We will celebrate our anniversary the endar first months from the. date of I Deceased.
space theme was used for night, May 21. Games were vited. publication.This HOLLIS V. KNIGHT I
on Sunday June 10, May .21, US! Starke, Florida.
decorations, games played, with prizes won by CITIZENS OF BRADFORD
; refreshments Church News at 3 p.m. Various choirs from DOROTHY AGNES SWANBOM Attorney for'Administratrix
_By Mrs. D. E. Hill for the party, with Mrs.'Ruth Johns Mrs. Clarke, lout of town and from the As Administratrix of the Es-I 5-24 4t 6-14
crepe paper streamers, balloons and Mrs. .Marvin Williams. ( Elizabeth Glveos), MtT. Moriah Methodist
.................... ., stars, sun 'and space- The gift table and refreshment Church Rev. L. H. McLendon I community will participate. -
Anne age posters repeating the table, covered in lace and -- -- pastor. Church School, 9:30:
Paekham Valedictorian; please attend this event. The
Linda Batten SalutatorianAt theme. Refreshments of lem- white damask cloths, were RJE Commencement in the.school cafetorium. The -a.m., Rev. Robert Dell super- public is cordially invited.
onade, cookies decorated with bouquets of Impressive Event intendent. Trustee and Offic- REVIVALMONDAY
8th Grade-.Graduation candy, and Salutatory will be deliveredby Proceeds from the anniver-
flowers. Another successful for Minnie P. ial Board meeting will be held
Anne Packham was''class popcorn were served throughout year Moore and the sary celebration will be used
thefevening. Adults pres- Refreshments of pastel- RJE High School came to a Valedictory by Benjamin Wednesday night, June 6, before -
valedictorian and Linda Sue to buy hymnals for the
Batten class salutatorian for ent, besides seventh and frosted cake' and punch were close with the traditional Franklin. Principal C. C. Anderson the second Sunday. Trustees church.Mrs.. M. J. White JUNE 4-THROUGH JUNE 10
Hampton School'seighth eighth graders, included .Principal -. served to the 21 present. Commencement Exercises will introduce the will meet at 7,p. m. and
Elementary and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, Hostesses were ladies of the Wednesday night at 8 o'clockin main speaker Dr. W. B. ste- members of the Official Board OR AS GOD LEADS .
grade graduating class Allen Chapel Church, Rev.L.
Mrs. Ramona Worley, Mrs. Hampton Christian Church. the'school cafetorium.The wart, president of Edward at 7:45. All members are urg-
at exercises in the school A. Sampson pastor, will
ditorium Tuesday night. au- Paul Meng, Mrs. Carl Beck, Mrs. Clark is the wife of the large graduating class Watrs College. Awards will ed to attend these meetings. hold regular services this Air Park Baptist ChurchNorth
Mrs. D. E. Hill, and Charles pastor of the church. of 37 members entered the be presented by Prof. Eddie This will be the final meet-
Mary Lou Gnann gave the Sunday starting with Sunday;;
Frances,\the new school principaL PTA Honors School Faculty hall in dignified processional, Thompkins of RJE High ing before the Annual Con-
class history. Price Starr the School at 9:45: aon. Love StreetBE
Faculty members of Hamp- making a striking picture in School. ference, June 12-17, at Day- Orange
class prohpecy, and Sandra Feast, 11 ajn. Holy Communion. -,
Three BHS Grads ton Elementary School were their caps and gowns. Members of the Junior High tona Beach. -Harry Young, This Man of God
Moore the class wilLT. 6 p.m. with the pastor PREPARED! Come Hear
1,. Casey, new principalof From Hampton honored at the PTA covered All parts of the impressive graduating class are: Melvina lay leader reporter.New officiating. All members and
Bradford County High Graduating from BHS Fri- dish supper at the school last'Friday program were given by mem- Baker Ola M. Brown WillieJ. Bethel Baptist Church, friends are asked to attend Rev. C. W. Cone of Palatka

School, gave the commence day will be three from Hamp- night. Corsages of bers of the ,graduating class. Clark, Benjamin Franklin, Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Sun- ,these services.

ment address, and diplomaswere ton: Linda Brookins, daughter carnations were presented to After the Scripture readingby Marcus L. Hamilton, James L. day School, 9:30 a.m. BTU, All members asked to J: SINGING SERVICES-7:30 P. M.\
presented by H. P. Mor- V of Mr. and Mrs. Orville each teacher, a boutennierefor Ned Danzy, and invocationby Houstop, Mary A. J. Houston 5:30 pjn. Choir No. 2 rehear- are

gan, county superintendent of Brookins: William Carter, son J. C. Hobbs, principal, and James Dell, "Meditationsand Betty J. Johnson, Mary L. sal Thursday night, May 31.I please class make leaders.contribution to, PREACHING:00 P. M.
schools. of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Carter; a corsage for Mrs. Hobbs. Greetings" from the classof Kelly, Edna M. Kittles, Shir- All choir members are askedto your ,I i

Two selections by the school, and Ivan Williamson, son of Students of the fourth and 1962 were brought by Elaine ley A. Long, Winifred L. be present at 7 p-m. I, I

glee club were followed by Mr. and Mrs. Wiley William- fifth grades decorated the. Pinion. Other graduates;j I Sherman, Eugene Strong,Tru- We welcome Miss Ruby Lee In the County Judge Court of
"Graduation Song" by the school lunchroom walls for took part in the impressive)[ man C. Strong, Carnell Wil- Revel as a new member of Bradford. County, Florida. IB
son.Another the occasion, showing scenes word-and-music presentationof liams, Lorenzo Williams Lou- Probate.In "
graduating class; Mrs;"Caro- graduation of interest our choir. She sang with Choir Re: Estate of
of the PTA Hallowe'en carn- "This Is America," assis- ise Williams Deceased. ATTENTIONBOAT
lyn Canova directed the music here is Mrs. Janie! Noe Ii and Odiaphine No. 2 at the First Baptist Walter R. Swanbom
ival, picturing the teachers, ted by the RJE Band. Williams.
Church, Jacksonville Beach,
and played the recessional. of Waldo, who will receive her XOTICE TO CREDITORS
graduating class, and a PTA Principal Eddie Thompkins, Summer Program
before moving 'with her fam- '
Rev. W. P: McElroy gave law degree at the Universityof All having claims or'
meeting. Gifts were presented presented the following honor The will persons
swimming program ily to Starke. the estate of
the invocation and benedic-. Florida June 11. Mrs. Noe demands against
taught seventh and eighth to Mrs..Lily Barnes, Mrs. students: Leola Houston, be conducted daily at Whitte- Choir No. 2 will drive to Walter R. Swanbom deceased,
tion.The I Ramona Worley, and J. C. Herman Johnson, El- Lake I are hereby notified and requir- OWNERSBOAT
Ruby more at 8
16 members of the class grades at Hampton Elemen- starting a.m. Penney Farms to render ser-j I ed to file their claims in the
Hobbs, members of the facul- aine Pinion, Franklin Doug- and closing at 12 noon. Bus- vice for our pastor, Rev. A.i i office of the County Judge ofI
toured BHS in Starke last tary School for several years
I Florida in
ty who will not be returningnext las Richardson, Barbara Ann will I Bradford County
children i
ses transport
week. resigning three years ago to Vinson, at 6 p. m. Sunday, County Court House at ,
year. Charles Francis, Stalls; Margie Faye Leverson, from RJE High, Thurston and I ith OWNERS POLICYFree
Seventh graders, of Mrs. attend ,law school '
incoming principal, and Mrs. Valedictorian; and Mary El- Anderson Junior High. I
Ramona Worley's room Stork Shower Honors
Betty May, incoming first izabeth McBride, Salutatorian. Other activities of the pro- Your Mind Front Worry Over
honored the eighth grade Airs. Carl Clarke
grade teacher, were introduced. gram will include outdoor re- LASALCq INC.
class at a party Tuesday night, Mrs. Carl Clarke was hon- Diplomas were awarded to creation library services for i Damage Or Injury To Others! .

Twenty-eight adults were the following graduates by children who are interested !
present for the supper and School Supt, H. P. Morgan: in improving their reading,\\i $10,000-LIABILITY 'CI H ftf)
meeting, as well as several Willie Banks Jr., Ola Mae arts and crafts and indoor V I ALUMINUM PRODUCTS $ 500-MEDICAL .

eve children' Britt, Charlie James BrownJr. recreation. The schedule for: $ 300-PROPERTY DAlIAGEHere's

PI T First Graders: Registered ., Billie Bryant, Robert Lee' these programs will be arranged i c SCREEN ROOMS Protection For Your Boat, Motor, & Trailer
Twenty-one prospective first Clarke, Ned Edward DanzyJr. after the students have i CARPORTSAWINGS

graders for next year have ., James Edward Dell, Levi been registered. For further! .
been registered so far; Mr. Dexter, Robert Steven Diggs information concerning the I I PATIOS All Prices Shown Per $100.00

Hobbs said this week. Regis- Milton Charles Ellerson Isaac program, contact Prof. Eddie I POOL ENCLOSURES

tration and visitation day Williams Hampton, Odessa Thompkins, principal of RJE,: Full Coverage $6.00

were held at the school on Lee Hampton Leola Houston, of Prof. C. C. Anderson, principal -i GENERAL CONSTRUCTIONDISTRIBUTORS
Tuesday, May 22. Mary Lee Jenkins, Herman of Anderson Junior High. !I 25 Deductible $4.00

.The third piece of play- Johnson Jr., Margie Faye The summer program will FOR SEAVIEWPRODUCTSNALL1tA5TER
ground equipment was instal- Leverson, Mary Elizabeth Mc- begin June 11, 1962. All parents SIDING Trailers. No Deductible $2.00

led last week according to Bride, Mack Charles McClen- are asked to cooperatefor

Mr. Hobbs. Purchased at the don, Lincoln C. McCutchen the benefit of the child FLORIDA COMPANY PHONE 964-4501
same time as the horizontal Robert Lee Nathaniel, Eddie ren. --
"d- ladder and bicycle rack ear- Sylvester Neal, Ruby Elaine American Legion AuxiliaryThe FLORIDA CAPITALLocal

lier this spring, the horizontal Pinion, Rudolph T. Powell Jr., : president, Mrs. L. M. DOYLE E. CONNORINSURANCE
Phone 533-2152
o sSU triple bar just installed was Franklin Douglas Richardson Royal; announces that.due to I Rep.
held up due to a missing con- John Henry Solomon, Bar- the Departmental Convention' Jack Siemer After 2 P. M. AGENCY

nection piece.Personals bara Ann Stalls, Carl Edward being held in Miami Beach,
Member of Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
Tyson, Helen Yvonne Tyson, June 1-3,the meeting for Sun- 218 N. Temple
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins Mary Belle Tyson, Mae Retha day, June 3, has been post-
IgndSMALL drove to Ocala Thursday of Wanton, Ruby Mae White, poned. But on Thursday June

last week to attend a ballet Samuel Lee White, Alberta 7, at 6 p. m. there will be a I 4 4I
recital in which their grand- Williams, Constance Ruth called meeting and all members .,"l. "" 1Q ... -
daughter, Toy Richard, took Williams, Catherine Wright are asked to attend This I I

part. Toy is the daughter of 'and Evelyn Rosetta Young. will be the last meeting before I lET 011180iI(W/STRIl.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard Commencement ActivitiesAt on vacation. -
we go
FULL HALF OR WHOLI I ...Wl/l ttx/91lE RS'RI .
of Ocala. Weekend visitors at Anderson Junior, High Mrs.: Corene.McNell, reporter. '
the Adkins home were Mr. Commencement Exercises, Recital \

and Mrs. Joel Smith and children for C. C. Anderson Junior I i i i Mrs. W. M. Randolph will *

'HAMS of Jacksonville.: High -Lawtey. will be held p j present a piano recital Friday i 1ft&
Miss Peggy Driggers of at 8 p-m. tonight [Thursday i night at 8 o'clock in the caf-
Starke spent Saturday here ,
with Mrs. Louise Manire.Bayless I





J. R. Adams of Jackson-' i
ville visited Mr. and Mrs.! Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 I I VACATION SPECIAL !

Emory Lewis this week. Also: I DEALERTHIS
a guest of the Lewises for OPEN 7 DAYS 7 AM. 11 P.M.

several days is her sister, Mrs.I
J. T. Corbitt of Fort Myers.: With $5.00 Food Order-Any Brand z

The community was sad-!
dened by the death of Mrs,. 8 ,
MILK cans - $1
5pj Ida Sweat Sunday morning.J. .I

do on business and visited his

there Tuesday. We are glad : TOMATOES 2 cans . 25c '
that Mrs. White's broken foot COST-CUTTING .

and son,Arne Jr., were Thurs-j

Land 0' Sunshine Buffer day Frank dinner Canovas guests in Green Cove I I SUGAR-516a. . 54c EXTRA-HIGH TRADEINALLOWANCES

Springs. I PEACHES No. 2l/2 can 25c
Sunday afternoon, J. R.i AND YOU

Kelly Floyd Crosby, Marcus I JIM DANDY GRITS 5 Ibs. 29c DO NOT HAVE TO HAVE YOUR
,t Conner, Edward Norman Tul- "
ly Norman, and Rev. C. A. PRESENT CAR PAID FOR!
LB. Crosby visited Mrs. Maggie I I CABIN] HOME MEAL 5 Ibs. 29c J-

Norman in Gainesville for a I

Limit 1 bedside songs and prayer ser- I RICE- Royal Long grain 5 Ibs. 59c e.n .........r GENEROUS FINANCE TERMS
I -

with food $5.00 erder. vice.The auxiliary meetings of I SUNNYLAND GAlAXlfSr[ BIG-SEE[ smKGS OH A fWlS1ZFE[ DON'T PAY. A CENT FOR I SWEEKS.

the church were well attended PURE LARD 8 Ib. bucket 1.38
Monday night. We are glad *
that the interest is growing PLANTATION WATER

in these church activities. I I, GROUND MEAL 5 Ibs. 42c WE'LL EVEN GIVE YOU

c EXTRA FANCY usual.Weekly Everyone church welcome.services as 1 PINEAPPLE JUICE Royal, 46 oz. 25c : ) UP TO $300 IN CASH \."
Thought for the week:
: r:
"Man is impressed by a straw VAN CAMPS-NO. 2 _
GOLDEN BANTAM stack-it's big. But God uses 1L -V HIGH ENOUGH TRADE-IN VALUf 1,

the grain of wheat-it's valuable & 4 w lI""lYU .. t .

-"-M. R. DeHaan. PORK BEANS cans-99c :;,



''Lrf'' 'V


UECTXIC CUSS BOTTOM BACON by the piece -'.lb. 39c I .

---- I, GRADE FRYERS -.,Ib. '.- 29c II I
: ; I


49CQuantity .1.1I CHUCK STEAK lb. V49c I!'I : \\11110111".' AII

I -
!I REPAIRS AZALEA ALL :MEAT ..;., ;j' I ,. .
All Work Guaranteed WEINERS pkgs. JULiaLM 41.00 ,I I

A. C. Williams Farm House Cream Pies-Ready To Serve [, TERWILLEGAR M01'ORS'

of 142 W. Call St. Chocolate, Banana t

Rights Reserved Prices Good thru p: Starke, Fla. Coconut 3 for $125 '"
'. Jne Lemon 206 WEST MADISON ST. STARKB PHONE 96J-3381 jj
1 I

" -" .. .